Antonyms for dye
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DYE
You can't see his face for his whiskers, and can't see his whiskers for the dye upon 'em.
They dye them different colours, and cloath themselves therewith.
For verily, it is as ridiculous to dye the hair white as to dye it black.
To dye gloves to look like York tan or Limerick, put some saffron into a pint of water boiling hot, and let it infuse all night.
Dry a small piece of the lining to see whether the colour is deep enough; and if approved, put it in and wash it in the dye.
I always had a fancy for red hair, and mine will dye beautifully.
Her notion is that you dye your whiskers; but Beck's idea is that you look older than you are.
Most frequently, (said Katteriena) and yet some dye of the Disease, but very rarely.
Doth the texture have its dye From some blushing bashfulness?
They carve pear-wood because it is so soft, and dye it brown, and call it me!