Examples of mink in a Sentence
a coat made of mink
women wearing expensive jewelry and minks
Recent Examples of mink from the Web
During a mini-concert at the Rock Hall to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Braden takes the stage draped in a mink coat that belonged to her mother; Hodges also emerges in one of Mama Braden's furs.
Gift the groom an ice-blue Charvet tie and your attendants mink scrunchies for their hair.
The 3-week-old baby has his own floor in Trump Tower, it's revealed, along with Burberry robes and mink coverlets.
Immediately beyond where the mink slipped and slid is a stream of running water.
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s Morrison-Knudsen Nature Center in Boise posted a video of a mink running across the icy surface of a beaver dam Thursday afternoon.
The brand currently sells a $56,000 peacock intarsia mink on its website.
The young girl entranced by fancy furs in Vienna went on to become the muse of furrier Dennis Basso, walking down the runway in a full-length sable coat and swanning around Manhattan in mink.
When the mall opened in 1967, the now-extinct Iszard’s department store sold mink fur hats for $39, cashews at the Rea & Derick drugstore candy counter cost 99 cents a pound, and shoppers lined up for a chance to meet Miss New York.
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Origin and Etymology of mink
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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