Examples of lint in a Sentence
I always have lint in my pocket.
The clothes dryer was clogged with lint.
Recent Examples of lint from the Web
The solution has always been the same: tweezers to the charge port, and remove the gross ball of pocket lint that’s no doubt been lodged in there, blocking the connection to the charging cable.
Kerr, true to form, smiled and treated the critics like lint on his shoulder.
Henderson and Vonleh turned into basketball pocket lint, officially.
One of the biggest complaints Dr. Ruiz hears about the patch is that a line of dirt, lint, or whatever can get stuck around the edge, which may feel kind of gross.
Police have said the fire's cause has not been determined, but that it was believed to have started near a utility lint tray, and the medical examiner's statement said it was set intentionally.
The latest item to be stolen from her San Francisco apartment building: a lint roller from Amazon.
Every piece in her new show at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, through Nov. 22, was made from compressed lint.
So call a professional once a year to service your dryer vent and help remove lint, debris and other hazards that could spark a fire.
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Origin and Etymology of lint
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
LINT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lint for English Language Learners
: tiny pieces of cloth or another soft material
: a soft material that is used for covering and protecting cuts and wounds
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