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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 suppose only cricket can do that to you - there's a tinge of disappointment.
The rusty tinge should disappear within a few moments if you leave the tap running.
It's a happy occasion with a tinge of sadness because he should be here, he should still be here creating."
The pregnant actress had a horrific experience when she tried to colour her tresses but ended up with a "green tinge" some time later.
The performances as a whole had a provincial German opera house tinge to them.
There is still a tinge of disappointment there amongst the lads.'
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BILL KENWRIGHT may feel a tinge of embarrassment that his long-held dream to decamp Everton Football Club to King's Dock looks increasingly likely to remain in the realms of fantasy.
The glass, which has a greenish tinge (and is held in dark grey-green metal glazing bars) ranges from transparent in the upper floors to translucent lower down, providing a measure of privacy from the street and softly filtered light inside.
Scientists don't know whether its scarlet tinge will be permanent.
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).
The modernism carries over into former RDB dancer Dinna Bjorn's restaging of Act II, set in an undersea grotto, where more than a tinge of Freud is expressed in the sea demon Golfo's presumed awakening of Teresina's dark side.