Synonyms for shadings

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Everywhere he sees the shadings, the blending of the meaning of words.

Does the artist use his colors in proper tones and shadings?

Of course, differences of temperament and shadings of opinion exist.

With every changing angle of the sun the colors and shadings also changed.

Deep, full colors are less affected by the shadings in artificial illuminants than lighter tones of the same color.

Now he can make roses in their natural colorings and shadings, and buds that are not wholly a dull, dead green!

Some of the newer varieties have flowers that rival the Gloxinias in shadings and markings.

Color very dark velvety maroon with shadings of bright scarlet around each petal; small yellow disk.

Ruling machines are used to make the backgrounds of portraits, the shadings of letters and similar work.

The dark wings, with shadings of gold and tender blue, lifted themselves a little, waiting.