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
The games includes the centuries-old pelota mixteca (Mixtec-style ball) and variant called pelota de esponja (sponge ball), both played with decorated mitts that combine indigenous design with contemporary logos.
Plate umpire James Hoye made an emphatic safe call, but the Yankees asked for a video review and replays appeared to show Sanchez's mitt just glancing Olson's jersey.
Using textured cleaning mitts and mats, like the Sigma Beauty Express Brush Cleaning Mat (originally $25, now $20), can help breakup even the oldest makeup residue without getting your hands too dirty.
Pillar doubled off Colome (2-4) leading off the ninth, advanced on Kendrys Morales' grounder and came home without a throw when Colome bounced a pitch off the mitt of catcher Wilson Ramos, who tried for a backhand pickup.
Jung’s true calling always involved a bat and a mitt.
The wrist guard is not the oven-mitt style which former Tiger Rajai Davis used to wear to prevent injuries from sliding head-first into the bases on steal attempts.
At one point, the mitts were briefly removed so Martinez could sign legal documents, then Koosed ordered they be put back on immediately.
Oven mitts that are made for high heat are also essential.
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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
MITT Defined for Kids
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