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Definition of "dyed" []

  • That has been coloured with dye (adjective)
  • Coloured or tinted with dye. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of dye. (verb)

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Use "dyed" in a sentence
  • "Westwood even went as far to swaddle some poor models 'faces in dyed silk, leaving the blinded mannequin to teeter down the catwalk with only slits for the nose and mouth."
  • "I would not mind seeing the whole nation in dyed battledress for five years if by that means one of the main breeding points of snobbery and envy could be eliminated."
  • "The word dyed Julia's cheeks crimson, and for the long hour that they lingered over their tea she seemed to Jim more charming than he had ever found her before."