tinge[ tinj ]SEE DEFINITION OF tinge
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The faintest suspicion of a tinge of color crept into his cheeks.
"You will if you wait," advised Farrell, a tinge of asperity in his tone.
Von Horn looked at him, a tinge of compassion in his rather hard face.
Autumn had begun to tinge the foliage on the banks of Winandermere.
"I wish I could be as cool-headed as Thomas," she said, with a tinge of petulance.
She pronounced these words with a smile, which was not altogether without a tinge of irony.
"I do, mother," said Mike earnestly and without a tinge of jealousy in his tone.
Her smile was not altogether free from a tinge of bitterness.
There is a tinge of haughtiness in her manner as she interrupts him.
Mr. Caryll saw him, and smiled, and his smile held no tinge of mockery.
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