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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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King doesn't mince words about the veteran scribe: "No other black playwright before had exerted a greater influence on contemporary black theatre.
James Welch, the recently installed CEO of YRC Worldwide, doesn't mince words when describing the company's recent plight that caused it to lose more than $2.
Searingly honest, the 64-year-old choreographer to iconic songs such as Dhak Dhak and Dhola Re doesn't mince words when sizing up dancing skills of the current crop of actors.
If He's unhappy about something, he doesn't mince words.
That the Holy Qur'an was sent to benefit all mankind -- not one particular religion or race -- has been reaffirmed by an American priest who doesn't mince words while admitting that reading the holy book has made her "a better person, a better Christian and a better clergywoman.
He speaks plainly, he speaks clearly, he doesn't mince words, he's not a professional diplomat, and I think that for the Russian Government, the fact that he speaks clearly when things are going well and he speaks clearly when they're going less well is something that they're having to get used to," she added.
Some might say that Rabbi Dovid Bendory, rabbinic director of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, takes an alarmist view regarding similar rioting stateside, but Bendoiy doesn't mince words for his readers about the combined threat of violent rioting with reactionary, draconian gun-control legislation.
Van is usually the first person Lavasier will call after a game, and the elder Tuinei doesn't mince words when it comes to critiquing his son's play.
Coach Rick Russell doesn't mince words when it comes to wideout D'Vonne McClure.
Ted Rall, former editor of acquisitions and development at United Media, doesn't think that this move was caused by a shrinking newspaper market, and doesn't mince words about it.
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.
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