Examples of mink in a Sentence
a coat made of mink
women wearing expensive jewelry and minks
Recent Examples of mink from the Web
Viewers can spot swans, herons, egrets, sandhill cranes, muskrats, mink, deer, bald eagles, osprey and more.
Three-quarter-length minks, leather and pigskin palms, fedoras and double-breasted tweed.
According to the Department of Natural Resources, mink naturally live all across Minnesota.
McGregor wore a white Gucci mink coat and raised a steel chair high over his head during a press conference at Madison Square Garden in November to promote his last UFC fight.
UFC champion McGregor also embraced the raunchiness after taking the stage shirtless, covered by a white mink coat adorned with a sea dragon on the back while wearing floral pants.
The mink on Ed Brecke's farm were behaving strangely.
And the guts of slicing sables, minks, lynxes, all the most precious furs, shredding them into pieces, re-assembling them into crazy shapes!
The firm's patrons typically stored their mink, beaver and fox coats there over the summer.
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Origin and Etymology of mink
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
MINK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mink for English Language Learners
: a small animal that has a thin body and soft, dark brown fur
: the skin and fur of a mink used for making clothing
: a piece of clothing (such as a coat) made of mink
MINK Defined for Kids
Definition of mink for Students
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