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tinged
used in To the Lighthouse

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Definition
with a slight amount

(If an amount of what is not clear from context, it is typically of color.)
  • He smiled the most exquisite smile, veiled by memory, tinged by dreams.
    1 — The Window (82% in)
  • Yet as the resonance died, and she turned to the Fairy Tale again, Mrs. Ramsey felt not only exhausted in body (afterwards, not at the time, she always felt this) but also there tinged her physical fatigue some faintly disagreeable sensation with another origin.
    1 — The Window (29% in)
  • So James could tell, so Cam could tell (they looked at him, they looked at each other), from his toss and his vigilance and the ring in his voice, and the little tinge of Scottish accent which came into his voice, making him seem like a peasant himself, as he questioned Macalister about the eleven ships that had been driven into the bay in a storm.
    3 — The Lighthouse (31% in)

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