mitten mitten  /ˈmɪ tən/

Definition(s):

  • (n) glove that encases the thumb separately and the other four fingers together

Usage(s):

  1. Get some mitten-clips, God! 6) It's Blue versus Orange, and there's no love lost between these ancient rivals! My money's on Orange.
  2. He wrings some swing out of All I Want for Christmas, goes mitten-to-mitten with a chorus of brats on Frosty the Snowman and does a silken Brahms' Lullaby.
  3. In Zurich, to conceal her purpose from the press, the green-eyed Queen bought 17 ski costumes, new skis, mufflers, mittens, jaunty knitted caps.

News

  1. Holly Hill Principal selected as Alabama’s NAESP representative

    Holly Hill Elementary School Principal Christie Mitten was recently elected to serve as Alabama’s representative for the National Association of Elementary School Principals.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Southeast Sun

  2. B&C Round-up: Ply Gem acquires Mitten

    Consolidation continues in the building and construction market with the acquisition of Mitten Inc. by Ply Gem Industries Inc. Mitten, a Canadian manufacturer and distributor of vinyl siding and accessories, and other exterior building products, was a portfolio company of Graham Partners which acquired the company in 2011. Mitten increased EBTDA over 65% during Graham’s hold period, according to ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: PlasticsToday.com

  3. Local Auto Racing Roundup: Newville's Mitten picks up first win of the season

    Last year, Newville racer Russ Mitten led all Super Sportsman racers with four feature wins.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Sentinel

Quotes

  • Conservative commentator Patrick J. Buchanan told CNN that Bush "gave conservatives a wet mitten across the face with this nomination."
    on Oct 25, 2005 By: Pat Buchanan Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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