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Berra had a hand in it
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Alternative clues for the word mitt
Item often kept on hand?
It may be catching
Piece of hazmat equipment
It has a pocket
Necessity when playing hardball
A baker might have a hand in it
Oven user's aid
Hand, in slang
"Leather," in baseball
2012 political chant
Barack's re-election opponent
2012 election name
Useful thing to keep on hand?
The (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb
Gloves worn by fielders in baseball
Tony Pena's glove
Glove for Fisk
One of the "tools of ignorance"
Woman's dress glove
Glove for Carlton Fisk
Glove for Buckner
Glove for Gedman
Necessity for a catcher
Glove for Rick Cerone
Glove for Mattingly
Glove for Gary Carter
Glove for Cerone
Glove for Chambliss
Gear for Grote
Glove Gehrig wore
Glove for Hernandez
Word definitions for mitt in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES grubby hands/paws/mitts ▪ Benedict imprisoned her closer, oblivious to her grubby hands caught against the pristine whiteness of his neckcloth. ▪ Every grubby penny I can get my grubby hands on, every grubby day of my grubby...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Mitt \Mitt\, n. [Abbrev. fr. mitten.] A mitten; also, a covering for the wrist and hand and not for the fingers, usually worn by women. (Baseball) A large glove, usually made of leather or similar material, with differing degrees of padding and usually...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 A mitten 2 An oversized, protective glove such as an oven mitt or a baseball mitt. 3 (context informal especially in plural English) A hand.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1765, shortened form of mitten (q.v.). Baseball sense is from 1902. Slang sense of "hand" is from 1896.
Word definitions in WordNet
n. the (prehensile) extremity of the superior limb; "he had the hands of a surgeon"; "he extended his mitt" [syn: hand , manus , paw ] gloves worn by fielders in baseball [syn: baseball glove , glove , baseball mitt ]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Mitt may refer to: Glove , a garment covering the whole hand Baseball mitt , a large leather glove that is worn by baseball players on defense Mitt (name) , a surname and given name Military transition team or MiTT Moscow Institute of Thermal Technology...
Usage examples of mitt.
The fishwife gesticulated rapidly with her fleshy hands in their black knitted mitts, not forgetting to hold her little finger out at an elegant angle.
It also had a hardwood floor, but instead of mirrors its walls were lined with heavy bags, speed bags, uppercut bags, stretching and weight machines, thick vertical wooden boards with padding at their ends makiwara, Sternway called them and rows of shelves for focus mitts and a bewildering variety of other pads.
The men wore mismatched pieces of armor: wooden knuckle mitts, articulated steel greaves, hornmail, ringmail, pothelms, spikehelms, metal plate, boiled leather, coats of shell and bone.
She backed up a step, swatting at his sword with a hand whose essential broadness and redness was not disguised by the black shammy mitt covering it.
Place the lumbering Horton hit a twisting grounder to McCord, who batted it down with his mitt, jumped for it, turned and fell on the base, but too late to get his man.
He was humiliated and broken, and he looked especially absurd in his expensive flying suit and helmet-his small face in the wide faceplate, his gloves making his hands look like fat mitts.
You tell me, eh goes, spreadin ehs hands oot, the rolled fag stuck in one mitt.
It sound tike a go th, n ad mitt to himlf, butte had absolutely no proof.
And those mitts to match, I believe, for they came from the glovers only yesterday.
Slipping her hands into mitts, Celeste took the cookie sheets from the oven.
When they were set safely on the burner grates, she tossed the mitts aside and turned off the oven.
Setting aside the mitts, he took up the serving pieces lying nearby and started filling each plate with half a hen, roasted potatoes, and an array of vegetables.
He paused with no sign of impatience while she sold a pair of mitts, taking as long as possible.
The hands were huge ovals, like mitts, but were segmented to form fingers, any of which apparently could be shifted to opposing the others.
Of the group, Blondell Wayne Tatum was the only one wearing a brand-new Rawlings outfielder’s mitt.