Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mince.(verb)
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Use "minces" in a sentence
"A few years later I asked what the “mince” in mince meat pie was, and Dad launched into this long story of these tiny little furry creatures called minces, and their beautiful eyes and soft fur and how bunny foo foo style you’d murder them for the pie…. also instant tears."
"In the candlelight, she looked like an evil temptress, like a sexy comic book villainess who delightedly minces men to their death."
"The Washington Post's Dina ElBoghdady, thankfully, minces few words in a piece titled, "Home prices fall in nearly all major cities, heightening fears of double dip.""