an alcoholic drink traditionally made with bourbon, sugar, and finely cracked ice and garnished with sprigs of mint, served in a tall, frosted glass: also made with other kinds of whiskey, brandy, and sometimes rum.
(mainly US) a long drink consisting of bourbon whiskey, crushed ice, sugar, and sprigs of mint
[mint-mahrk] /ˈmɪntˌmɑrk/ noun 1. a letter or other symbol on a coin that identifies the at which it was struck.
/ˈmɪntən/ noun 1.
- Mint sauce
noun 1. a sauce made from mint leaves, sugar, and vinegar, usually served with lamb
[min-tee] /ˈmɪn ti/ adjective, mintier, mintiest. 1. having the flavor or aroma of . [min-tee] /ˈmɪn ti/ adjective, mintier, mintiest. Slang. 1. . 2. . adj. 1867, from mint (n.1) + -y (2). Related: Mintiness.