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Definition of Mincing

Mincing
Mincing Min"cing, a. That minces; characterized by primness or affected nicety.

Meaning of Mincing from wikipedia

- Mincing is a food preparation technique in which food ingredients are finely divided into uniform pieces. Minced food is in smaller pieces than diced or...
- Mince may refer to: MINCE, an early text editor for CP/M microcomputers Mincing, a food preparation technique in which food ingredients are finely divided...
- Phrase and Fable. 1898. Mincing Lane, Booth, Martin (1996). Opium: A History. pp. 52–53. The centre of opium business was around Mincing Lane in London, where...
- Athletico Mince is a British comedy podcast hosted by Bob Mortimer and Andy Dawson. The series began life as a humorous take on the world of football...
- familiar to the domestic circle". J. R. R. Tolkien pretends a similar mincing of profanity in The Lord of the Rings, stating in In Appendix F of the...
- A mince pie (also mincemeat pie in New England, and fruit mince pie in Australia and New Zealand) is a sweet pie of English origin, filled with a mixture...
- Ground beef, minced beef or beef mince is beef that has been finely chopped with a knife or a meat grinder (American English) or mincing machine (British...
- subset of Emacs (MINCE stands for "MINCE Is Not Complete Emacs") designed to run within the 64kB memory limit of 8-bit computers. MINCE used a gap buffer...
- Ground meat, called mince or minced meat outside of North America (i.e. in U.K. and Commonwealth countries), and keema or qeema (Hindustani: क़ीमा (Devanagari)...
- Minced meat may refer to: Ground meat, meat that has been minced or ground Ground beef, a ground meat made of beef Minced meat may be confused with: Mincemeat...
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