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
When the final one blocked into Brian McCann's mitt, McCullers turned his back.
To start, my masseuse threw warm water all over me from a bucket, and slipped her hands into exfoliating mitts.
With the moves down (more or less), Ms. Brie put on puffy white boxing gloves, while Ms. Hammond slipped on a pair of black mitts.
Her ears were erect; the skin behind them was as soft as an ancient and well-oiled baseball mitt.
On another, if nobody was willing to chop off an artist’s hands, then more artists would keep their mitts.
But on this chilly morning in late May, Iceland’s goalkeeper uses his powerful mitts not to stop a blast from Lionel Messi but to gently tap the tiny shoulder of a Reykjavík kindergartner.
The vessel, outfitted with a claw-like catcher’s mitt was first employed earlier this year during a mission to launch the Paz satellite.
Edgell held his glove in the air, showing the ball was snug in his mitt.
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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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