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pinken

See definition of pinken on Dictionary.com
  • as inredden
  • as inluminesce
  • as incolor
  • as inflush
  • as inglow

synonyms for pinken

  • bloody
  • color
  • crimson
  • dye
  • flush
  • glow
  • incarnadine
  • mantle
  • paint
  • pink
  • rose
  • rouge
  • rubify
  • rubric
  • rubricate
  • ruddle
  • rust
  • suffuse
  • tint
  • go red
  • ruby
  • ruddy
  • turn red
  • tint
  • illuminate
  • wash
  • enliven
  • embellish
  • paint
  • darken
  • infuse
  • dye
  • stain
  • stipple
  • tone
  • variegate
  • emblazon
  • rouge
  • daub
  • crayon
  • flush
  • imbue
  • suffuse
  • gloss
  • glaze
  • crimson
  • redden
  • burn
  • lacquer
  • gild
  • blacken
  • pigment
  • bloom
  • enamel
  • blush
  • tinge
  • adorn
  • fresco
  • chalk
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antonyms for pinken

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  • pale
  • whiten
  • lighten
  • represent
  • lighten
  • dull
  • discolor
  • pale
  • whiten
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How to use pinken in a sentence

It did finally, and with it, when the approaching sun began to pinken the eastern sky, sleep for my tormented sister.
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This is where the fisherfolk live who go out in their stubby boats, called "pinken," to fish in the North Sea.
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WORDS RELATED TO PINKEN

  • adorn
  • blacken
  • bloom
  • blush
  • burn
  • chalk
  • crayon
  • crimson
  • darken
  • daub
  • dye
  • embellish
  • emblazon
  • enamel
  • enliven
  • flush
  • fresco
  • gild
  • glaze
  • gloss
  • illuminate
  • imbue
  • infuse
  • lacquer
  • paint
  • pigment
  • pinken
  • redden
  • rouge
  • stain
  • stipple
  • suffuse
  • tinge
  • tint
  • tone
  • variegate
  • wash
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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