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Definition of "fringing" []

  • Present participle of fringe. (verb)
  • The appearance of false colours in an image as the result of poor registration of component monochrome images (noun)
  • Any anomalous electric or magnetic effect at the edges of a region (noun)
  • That fringes (adjective)

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Use "fringing" in a sentence
  • "There's some edge enhancement and just a little purple fringing, which is noticeable upon close inspection, but isn't too distracting."
  • "Again, the Samsung Highnote captures more detail in the shade than some of the worse cameraphones we've tried, but the fringing is a problem."
  • "I bound it off last night, wove in ends this morning, and am slightly more than halfway through the fringing which is easy, but tedious."