Examples of lint in a Sentence
I always have lint in my pocket.
The clothes dryer was clogged with lint.
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The vent on a clothes dryer can become clogged with lint over time, causing the dryer to dry less efficiently and resulting in dangerous house fires.
Clothes Sorry pup, until the clouds of fur pass, lint rollers and their equivalents are my new best friends.
So the name of the record is Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa — wool-las-two-wi-ig lint-two-wah-gun-ah-wa.
As if keeping a water bowl filled at all times and stocking up on lint rollers can somehow prepare you for the (literal) crapstorm that hits town the instant a child is pulled from your body.
For non-bird-poop cleanings, will a lint roller do?
For heavier tarnish, mix three parts baking soda to one part water. Wet the silver and apply the cleaner with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Ward says casually, the same way people brush lint off their shoulders.
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.
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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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