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Definition of "stained" []

  • Stained, covered, or marked with the substance specified (adjective)
  • Having a stain (adjective)

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  • Coloured by adding a pigment (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of stain. (verb)

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Use "stained" in a sentence
  • "Mrs Dunwoody glared at him as if she suspected that he doubted her word, but she made no reply and produced from under her table a bottle of Lysol about half-full, the neck sticky and covered with dust and the label stained by the drips that had run down over it."
  • "“A dissolute rake may indeed be most charming, my young lord, but if the coffers are strained and the title stained, you shall have a most difficult time convincing a steady-minded lady to marry you.”"
  • "They are best (color wise) in stained/dingy water."