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Synonyms for dyed

(used of color) artificially produced

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But there is nothing comforting in having your hair cut off because you've dyed it a dreadful color, is there?
At the end of upright spear-shafts the long tufts of dyed horse-hair waved crimson and filmy in the gust of wind; and beyond the blaze of hedges the brook of limpid quick water ran invisible and loud under the drooping grass of the bank, with a great murmur, passionate and gentle.
This usually consists of a gray surcoat and leggins of the dressed skin of the antelope, resembling chamois leather, and embroidered with porcupine quills brilliantly dyed.
It must have specks, it must be imperfect, it must only be dyed black.
After dyeing, cold water washing was done and dyed cloth was dried at room temperature.
Although concentration of these salts is small, yet it lowers the depth of dyed shades and mars purity and brightness of the hue [15].
or at least required warning labels on dyed foods, as they do in Europe.
What's new about Danufil(R) ProShade(R) While usually a melange yarn is spun of differently coloured fibres, Danufil(R)ProShade consists of a blend of standard viscose fibres and Kelheim's speciality viscose fibre Danufil(R) Deep Dye and is only dyed as needed at a later stage in the process.
It can take several days or weeks for the cloth to be scoured, mordanted, dyed, and cured.
There are many applications of dyed wood, such as decorative veneer, craftwork products, musical instruments, furniture, and decorative wood products (Duan 2004).
Hand-dyed yarns are yarns dyed by an individual person, not a machine, usually in small batches.
Normally this requires the warp threads to be dyed before it's woven into fabric.
Conte of Fort Worth, TX has patented a method to create a reversibly dyed hydrogel or silicon hydrogel substrate/soft contact lens.
In the flat weaves of the Turkish kilims, the aftangs or seven-colour silk ikats dyed in the abrbandi (an Uzbek term for ikat that literally means "to tie a cloud") workshops of Bokhara, and the woven and printed textiles of India, the effectiveness of the designs was reinforced by the resplendent colours of organic dyes.