mincing

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affectedly dainty or refined
{i} act of grinding or fine chopping; preparation of mincemeat; hesitant or restrained speech; speech or behavior that is affected or unnaturally courteous; walking with dainty steps
That minces; characterized by primness or affected nicety
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Present participle of mince words
mincing gait
stroll, slow walk
mincing machine
grinder, machine which chops into small pieces
mincing walk
light easy walk
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A short, precise step
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To hedge one's expression of opinion; a passive tactic akin to an element of 'diplomacy'Cisum.ili.dilm 13: 19, 16 October 2010 (UTC)
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Finely chopped mixed fruit used in Christmas pies; mincemeat

During Christmas time my dad loves to eat mince pies.

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To affect; to make a parade of
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To walk with short steps; to walk in a prim, affected manner

I'll turn two mincing steps into a manly stride. — Shakespeare.

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{n} meat cut small and heated, a hash
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{v} to cut very small, clip, lessen, palliate
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To cut food into very tiny pieces Minced food is cut into smaller, finer pieces than diced food
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cut into small pieces; "mince the garlic"
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To cut into very small pieces; to chop fine; to hash; as, to mince meat
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Mince is meat which has been cut into very small pieces using a machine. Brown the mince in a frying pan
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When you mince something, you chop into very fine particles This can be done with a mincer or knife
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To suppress or weaken the force of; to extenuate; to palliate; to tell by degrees, instead of directly and frankly; to clip, as words or expressions; to utter half and keep back half of
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To cut of chop food into very small pieces, using a knife, blender or food processor
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Cut into very small pieces, smaller than chop but not crushed
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disapproval If you say that someone, especially a homosexual man, minces somewhere, you mean that they walk there with quick small steps. They minced in, in beach costumes and make-up
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walk daintily; "She minced down the street"
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make less severe or harsh; "He moderated his tone when the students burst out in tears"
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To chop food into small pieces, usually 1/8-inch or less
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To act or talk with affected nicety; to affect delicacy in manner
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To cut or chop food into very fine pieces, smaller than chopped food, no larger than 1/8 inch square See Hash
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walk daintily; "She minced down the street
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Finely chopped meat
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food chopped into small bits; "a mince of mushrooms"
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To cut or chop into very fine pieces
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To cut in tiny pieces, usually with a knife
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If you mince food such as meat, you put it into a machine which cuts it into very small pieces. Perhaps I'll buy lean meat and mince it myself. minced beef
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To cut into very small pieces; to chop fine
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To chop into fine pieces, much finer than chopping
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A short, precise step; an affected manner
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An affected manner
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To cut food into very small pieces Minced food is in smaller pieces than chopped food
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If you say that someone does not mince their words, you mean that they speak in a forceful and direct way, especially when saying something unpleasant to someone. The doctors didn't mince their words, and predicted the worst. meat, especially beef, that has been cut into very small pieces using a special machine American Equivalent: ground beef
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To cut food, especially meat, into very small pieces using a special machine
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When a recipe asks you to mince an item, it wants you to cut it into very fine pieces, smaller than chopped food
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food chopped into small bits; "a mince of mushrooms" make less severe or harsh; "He moderated his tone when the students burst out in tears" cut into small pieces; "mince the garlic" walk daintily; "She minced down the street
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to cut food into very fine pieces
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Finely chopped mixed fruit used in Christmas pies
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{f} grind, finely chop, make mincemeat; speak with restraint or hesitancy; speak or behave with exaggerated courtesy, walk daintily
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To cut or chop into very small pieces
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{i} something that is finely chopped (especially food) mincemeat, ground meat (British)
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To chop food into very small uneven pieces Used often for garlic or fresh herbs Mix To beat or stir foods together until they are incorporated
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To chop into very fine pieces
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