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
On the day of the wedding, the bride and groom are provided with a personal butler, who’ll run last-minute errands, keep track of your bouquet, and wield a serious lint brush.
This greenish-black growth can grow on fiberboard, paper, dust, and lint, particularly in areas that may have recently flooded or suffered other types of water damage.
Apple advises that if any liquid hits the phone, wipe it off with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Cotton seed is sprouting inside the bolls, and any salvageable lint is stained and of poor quality.
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.
Look at the album cover and see a ruby-red Ring Pop ruined by lint; listen to her songs and hear experimental, electro-pop beats played to the sounds of darker lyrics.
And as the Internet knows, HD TV spares no one and visible lint courtside at a game is just not how Drake rolls (press play on the video above for context).
Every piece in her new show at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, through Nov. 22, was made from compressed lint.
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Origin and Etymology of lint
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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