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On these few occasions indeed it would even appear to be tinctured with some slight leaven of good-nature.
And just a little half mug of water tinctured with a drop of rum!
The Doctor she regarded with a nave astonishment, slightly tinctured with apprehension.
THE MINISTER'S WOOINGHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
Scandinavian art became strongly tinctured with that of Byzantium.
NEEDLEWORK AS ARTMARIAN ALFORD
A scholar's current speech or writing is insensibly tinctured with flavour of his latest study.
He took her hand and gazed deep into her soft, pure eyes, tinctured with a certain womanly pride.
Mrs. Clephane, you think, is not tinctured, and you know that I have been—several shades deep.
Other things don't count with you, I assume—when they're of the past, and both have been a trifle tinctured.
The woman's tendency to romance naturally tinctured her meditations, and thus, while they dignified, they also softened her mind.
EUGENE ARAM, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
The springs along our way become tinctured with sulphur, alkali, and salt.

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