Recent Examples of mitten from the Web
Lewiston, Maine (AP) -- Northeasterners, keep your mittens, boots and show shovel handy.
Try the nasty nail polish: Some experts say this is cruel, as is putting mittens or socks on your hands.
There was more to see in the city, like the interactive Mitten Museum, with a display of more than 500 pairs of handmade mittens from Russia and other countries.
Mitten Flask Price: $12.67 Only the left hand of this pair of mittens contains a flask.
Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) May 31, 2017 -- Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens, Little Covfefes & bigly Covfefes!
Six deputies removed Colbruno’s garments except the mittens, the lawsuit says.
In consequence, loss today is a supremely awkward category, bulging with everything from mittens to life savings to loved ones, forcing into relationship all kinds of wildly dissimilar experiences.
Morningside seniors bought baby mittens, knitted caps, Legos, science kits, scooters and new jeans.
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Origin and Etymology of mitten
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
MITTEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mitten for English Language Learners
: a covering for the hand that has a separate part for the thumb only
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