Synonyms of mint
1 makeDictionary • the right to mint coins
make • They now make cars at two plants in Europe.
strike • For this revelation he was struck blind by the goddess Hera.
punch • After punching him on the chin, she hit him over the head.
2 inventDictionary • The book comprises a lexicon of freshly minted descriptions.
invent • He invented the first electric clock.
produce • The company produces circuitry for communications systems.
fashion • The desk was fashioned out of oak.
construct • The boxes should be constructed from rough-sawn timber.
coin • The phrase `cosmic ray' was coined by R. A. Millikan in 1925.
devise • We devised a scheme to help him.
forge • They agreed to forge closer economic ties.
fabricate • All four claim that officers fabricated evidence against them.
fortuneDictionary • They were worth a mint.
fortune • Eating out all the time costs a fortune.
bomb (British, slang)
pile (informal) • He made a pile in various business ventures.
packet (slang) • You could save yourself a packet.
bundle (slang) • He gathered the bundles of clothing into his arms.
top dollar (informal)
top whack (informal)
perfectDictionary • a set of Victorian stamps in mint condition
perfect • The car is in perfect condition.
excellent • We complimented her on doing an excellent job.
unblemished • his unblemished reputation as a man of honour and principle
untarnished • Her reputation abroad has remained largely untarnished.
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bundle (slang)A bundle of things is a number of them that are tied together or wrapped in a cloth or bag so that they can be carried or stored.
• He gathered the bundles of clothing into his arms.
• The phrase `cosmic ray' was coined by R. A. Millikan in 1925.
Thesaurus for mint from the Collins English Thesaurus
any N temperate plant of the genus Mentha, having aromatic leaves and spikes of small typically mauve flowers: family Lamiaceae (labiates). The leaves of some species are used for seasoning and flavouring