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Synonyms for tinge

Synonyms for tinge

a shade of a color, especially a pale or delicate variation

the degree of vividness of a color, as when modified by the addition of black or white pigment

Synonyms for tinge

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I thought of the bluish tinge which I had noticed in her complexion.
I ended up having to put ketchup on it for about a year to get rid of the green tinge.
I suppose only cricket can do that to you - there's a tinge of disappointment.
I don't wake up every day with a hole in my heart, but there's a tinge of sadness.
It is amazing that a mature man with a tinge of an Australian accent can make you believe that he is Felix, a young Jewish teen living in Poland at the time of the German invasion.
There is still a tinge of disappointment there amongst the lads.
SIVEX FC filters give you the simple and effective means of achieving metal Cleanliness and metallurgical consistency while at the same tinge improving yields.
Just Lipstick in Seduction: Rich pink with a red tinge.
It's important to keep in mind that not every idea will work every tinge it is used," said Assistant National Membership Director Andre D.
In other words, someone summed up (with maybe just a tinge of flourish), it's a great escape from reality, but it's still completely relevant to everyday life.
I like sunbathing because I get a nice crispy golden tinge," said Lucy.
Scientists don't know whether its scarlet tinge will be permanent.
The music is stripped down (guitar and drums) and the lyrics often take a bitter tinge (reminding me of the Violent Femmes).
Four cats sitting with their backs turned have crosses in place of heads (Untitled, 1989); buttons with a bluish tinge could double as faces (Untitled, 1998).
It's odd to think that anyone would look upon a person infected with the AIDS virus with even a tinge of envy, but some of the estimated 170 million people worldwide infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) may do just that.