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mint

adjective

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  1. being in an original and unused or unspoiled state a mint baseball card that should be worth a lot to a collector Synonyms brand-new, fresh, pristine, span-new, virgin, virginalRelated Words unaltered, unblemished, unbruised, uncontaminated, undamaged, undefiled, unharmed, unhurt, unimpaired, uninjured, unmarred, unpolluted, unsoiled, unspoiled, unsullied, untainted, untouched, unworn; new, spick-and-span (or spic-and-span)Near Antonyms blemished, broken, bruised, damaged, defaced, defiled, disfigured, harmed, hurt, impaired, injured, marred, soiled, sullied, tainted; faded, shopworn, used, well-worn, worn; contaminated, polluted, spoiled; hand-me-down, second handAntonyms stale


mint

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of mint

  1. a very large amount of money she made a mint when the real estate market was hot Synonyms big bucks, bomb [British], boodle, bundle, earth, king's ransom, megabucks, fortune, packet [chiefly British], pile, wadRelated Words heap, pot; bonanza, mine, treasure trove; assets, capital, means, property, riches, wealth, wherewithal; bread [slang], cash, chips, currency, dough, gold, jack [slang], legal tender, lucre, pelf, tender, wampumNear Antonyms petty cash, pin money, pocket money, spending moneyAntonyms mite, peanuts, pittance song


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