What is another word for Minted?

Pronunciation: [mˈɪntɪd] (IPA)

"Minted" is a word used to describe something that is newly produced or created, often in reference to currency or coins. However, there are several other words that can be used interchangeably with "minted" depending on the context. These synonyms include "fresh," "newly made," "recently created," "brand-new," "unfamiliar," "novel," "original," "innovative," and "unique." Whether describing the latest product launch, a piece of artwork, or an invention, these words can be used to convey the same sense of newness and novelty that is associated with something that has just been minted.

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Usage examples for Minted

They ask that all who wish may enter free, And in their princely hope that this may be They send you these plump bags of Minted gold.
"King Cole"
John Masefield
He saw a prosperous, domineering man who with a single turn of the hand had swept together a hundred little enterprises and at the same time had swept out a thousand of the lesser fry into the wide spaces of empty ruin, and who had insolently settled down beside his new machine to catch the rain of coins Minted for him from the wrongs of an injured and insulted people....
"Under the Skylights"
Henry Blake Fuller
We will accept corn, or hen's eggs, or a sandwich at the door, and as for a cheerful glance of the eye, it is for us the best of Minted coin.
"Adventures In Friendship"
David Grayson

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