Examples of mitt in a Sentence
children bundled up in hats and mitts
He can hold anything in those big mitts of his.
Recent Examples of mitt from the Web
Milas got Trey Morse on a hot liner to second, but the throw for the third out popped out of Van Buren's mitt at first.
Trevor Plouffe then lofted a fly to shallow right that Castro chased back from his second base spot — the ball popped out of his glove, right into Judge's mitt.
The mitts keep your fingers toasty inside, but have a hole with a metal rim between the first and second fingers.
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Origin and Etymology of mitt
short for mitten
First Known Use: 1757
MITT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mitt for English Language Learners
baseball : a special type of heavy glove worn by the catcher
: a special type of glove worn by the first baseman
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