tint[ tint ]SEE DEFINITION OF tint
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TINT
This discoloration was of a livid blue, about the tint of a tattoo mark.
That tint is what we call the blink of open water, said Johnson.
Naething but a bonny wee bairnie, whause mither has tint it!
That was something like—what a tint, what a bright note it set amid the surroundings!
The two figures, of a muddy grey in tint, stood out, lamentable.
If ever he praised a limb, a tint, a contour, it was solely from the artistic point of view.
Her fresh, plump, white form displayed the most delicate softness of tint.
The pencil could do nothing where so much depended on tint and glow.
I know every shade and tint of that blessed thing they miscall the tender passion.
The tint is carried on to the cheek, and adds brilliancy to the eye.