Downy material obtained by scraping linen cloth and used for dressing wounds.(noun)
The mass of soft fibers surrounding the seeds of unginned cotton.(noun)
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Use "lint" in a sentence
"Considering that most of your clothes are polyester or cotton blends, the off flow lint is a good fire ignition source."
"Maybe the lint is blue to make up for no blue food? leftover"
""Goodness, gracious, great balls of foreskin lint!""