Meaning of minty in English:

minty

Pronunciation /ˈmɪnti/

adjectiveadjective mintier, adjective mintiest

See mint

‘For those of you who happen to be kissing ‘anti-garlic’ persons, we suggest you follow cloves with a sprig of parsley, for a minty breath mask.’
  • ‘The minty, mind-clearing lotion with peppermint and eucalyptus, which is dabbed onto the temples, has apparently been proven to make 91% of users feel calmer.’
  • ‘‘Meaty’ aromas of plum with spiced wood and minty scents deliver dense plum fruit flavours and festive-spiced wood backing with a great intensity and length.’
  • ‘The substance, which unlike menthol has no minty flavour, has the potential to bring a fresh tang to a wide range of products including beer, bottled water, citrus drinks, and chocolate.’
  • ‘The side dishes are also good - there's a whole roasted cob of corn, for example, as well as minty fresh lemonade.’