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Synonyms for mince

Synonyms for mince

make less severe or harsh

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walk daintily

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cut into small pieces

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Obama on Saturday praised James Clapper, the Pentagon's head of intelligence, as an espionage veteran who doesn't mince words
doesn't mince words when he describes the importance of the technology offered by the digital printer to woodworking applications.
He doesn't mince words when it comes to his criticism of the financial regulation and lack of accounting standards that have lead to the current economic crisis.
Charles doesn't mince words with thespians who say Corrie is not "proper acting".
Lawyer Barry LePatner doesn't mince words when sounding off on the nation's infrastructure and transportation woes.
Gressel (plant sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) doesn't mince words in his discourse on the importance of creating genetically altered crops in order to save the planet.
Gore doesn't mince words or present his ideas as anything but facts, not theories, and substantiates them with solid scientific evidence.
Brandishing her tough-love approach, she doesn't mince words when she tells Katrina her drinking could literally be the death of her.
The group doesn't mince words, though it doesn't seem clear on its target audience.
He also doesn't mince words when critiquing American foreign policy, which he sees as representing "the vicious neoimperialistic militarism of 'president' George W.
Lalas, from his office at the Galaxy headquarters, where he's trying to juggle his commitment at ESPN with his new job as the MLSteam's new president and general manager, has established himself as the Bill Walton of soccer analysts -- a big redhead who doesn't mince words.
This is not the way to win friends and influence people, but then, James doesn't mince words.
Ashe County Sheriff Jim Hartley also sympathizes with the illegal workers who gravitate to Ashe County, and he doesn't mince words.
The former is edited by Mark Costello, who doesn't mince words in his introduction.
In his book, The Quiet Crisis, Peter Smith doesn't mince words when he says that "America is becoming a two-class society, and the great divide between the classes is education.
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