Noun(1) an unbroken period of time during which you do something(2) smallest American sandpiper(3) an individual's prescribed share of work
Verb(1) subsist on a meager allowance(2) supply sparingly and with restricted quantities
(1) He just completed a three-year stint as a tour representative for Ping, a maker of golf equipment.(2) He served a record 10 years as speaker of the House, and during most of that stint a Republican was in the Oval Office.(3) to avoid having to stint yourself, budget in advance(4) However this drama plays out, he won't have to stint on golf balls when he retires.(5) Having designed a center that revels in the exuberant complexities of Columbus Circle, Time Warner's architects stint on the details.(6) Accordingly he made presents and wasted money without stint .(7) Food there was, without stint , for three times the men who were fated to live upon it.(8) his varied career included a stint as a magician(9) He doesn't stint on the hardcore action, but infuses it with artful shots of ocean waves and abstract leaf patterns that give it a sense of poetry.(10) After a seven-month stint James had resigned, citing a conflict of interest with programs being pursued by the association.(11) After a three-year stint in the military, he headed for Hollywood, where his charms were first noticed in a men's room.(12) The Democratic Party is intent on maintaining Carhart and the whole panoply of current abortion rights, without stint or moderation.(13) But it is said that in Cuba and Brazil this increase of slave labour, without stint or limit, is acting wholesomely, in checking the importation by creating a fear of the slaves themselves.(14) When the town set up the recent show in his honour, they didn't stint on the celebrations.(15) However, his assignment at VW may prove tougher than his three-year stint at Chrysler.(16) You can, of course, substitute pumpkin for the squash, but whatever you do, don't stint on the spinach.
1. spell ::
2. stretch ::
3. skimp on ::
4. scant ::
5. scrimp ::
Different Formsstint, stinted, stinting, stints
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