Thesaurus / tinge

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Skin, pale green, with a tinge of yellow on the side exposed to the sun.

British PomologyRobert Hogg

I cannot agree with Mr. Takahashi that "To be religious one needs a Semitic tinge of mind."

His expressions about the reception of his History, have a tinge of morbidness.

Yet his conscience told him that he would have refused to show him mercy, and his regret was mingled with a tinge of remorse.

Cobwebs and CablesHesba Stretton

At the bringing of her own name into the story Belle gave a perceptible start and a tinge of red crept into her pale cheeks.

Georgina of the RainbowsAnnie Fellows Johnston

There was incredulity in the question, but also there was a tinge of doubtfulness too.

Local ColorIrvin S. Cobb

Perhaps his respect for authority, and the tinge of superstition in his temperament, predisposed him to sympathy.

The English Church in the Eighteenth CenturyCharles J. Abbey and John H. Overton

His associates followed, while a strong military guard added dignity and a tinge of terribleness to the procession.

Perhaps we should read with for 'for,' taking 'take' in the sense of tinge, infect, a sense it often bears.

The general color of this group of birds is very light ash beneath, becoming darker above, with a tinge of green.

Wake-RobinJohn Burroughs

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