Simple past tense and past participle of mince.(verb)
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Use "minced" in a sentence
"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi touched off a political firestorm in W.shington when she touched down here in Syria, drawing a strong rebuke from President George W. Bush, who lashed out at what he calls the minced signals a visit by such a high-ranking U.S. official sends to the Syrian leadership, a state sponsor of terror."
"Then I slice the meat carpaccio thin – minced meat is more usual in a larb, but I do it my teacher's way."
"But as I beat it with a hand mixer and added powdered sugar, then folded in minced orange peel preserved in Controy, plus some canela molida and finally, some finely chopped Chocolate Mayordomo con Canela, it became very similar to a good cannoli filling."