Thesaurus / tint

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Iota is informed that the Chloride of Barium, used in about the same proportion as common salt, will give the tint he desires.

If the colour of the heroine's eyes and the tint of her hair are immaterial to her career, omit such hackneyed data.

The Lure of the PenFlora Klickmann

The colorings of the Greggii are a wondrous harmony of tint and hue.

The Fantastic ClanJohn James Thornber

Not infrequently the ground colour is decidedly brownish in tint.

The rose-shaded lamp cast a tint of life on her face, and the dark circles of pain made her eyes look deeper and brighter.

The tint of the silk added to the lifelessness of her aspect.

One forgets not only the tint and quality of thoughts and impressions through that intervening haze, one forgets them altogether.

The New MachiavelliHerbert George Wells

Some living individuals from Costa Rica and all those seen alive from Nicaragua have a tint of pale blue on the flanks.

Spines: Beneath the cap, one-quarter to one-third inch in length; soft, creamy in tint, becoming darker in old specimens.

The glare through which they were seen, magnified them to twice or thrice their size, and gave them a tint of blood.

The Keepers of the TrailJoseph A. Altsheler

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