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Definition of "tinted" []

  • Having a small amount of a specified colour added (adjective)
  • Slightly colored, having tint (adjective)

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

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Use "tinted" in a sentence
  • "Every goal, every desire, every institution, every attitude is, to a greater or lesser extent, shaped and "tinted" by the primary idea of capitalism which is maximum individual economic profit.4 This thesis serves as the starting point for the three main analytical and historical tasks of his book, Catholicism, Protestantism, and Capitalism."
  • "CATHY SHIYAN, WITNESS: The windows were kind of tinted, but we could see his profile, and we actually saw him walking around, pacing inside with the shotgun, and then I was scared."
  • "St. Dunstan is reported to have once "tinted" a sacerdotal vestment to oblige a lady, thus departing from his regular occupation as goldsmith to perform the office of a dyer of stuff."