Stint in a sentence

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stint

[noun] A period of time during which you do something;

She had just returned from an eight year stint in a labor camp.

After suffering a panic attack during her stint as a police officer, she was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.

After a short stint as a barman, he managed to get a job as a personnel officer.officer.

[noun] A limit or restriction.

Cooperation between us all must be without stint.

God gives without stint to whom He will.

[verb]To limit or restrict.

He never stinted in his show of affection for his aunt, but recently he had become uncomfortable with the hugs and caresses he’d enjoyed so much when he was younger.

They didn’t stint on food and drink at their party.