[ UK /tˈɪntɪŋ/ ]
the act of adding a tinge of color
the hairdresser gave her hair a modest tinting
How To Use tinting In A Sentence
- First, federal education spending under him is up nearly 50 percent over the final year of the past presidency, so the coalition's charge that the president is stinting the schools is just bunk.
- This true eccentric was lucky enough to find a lover, Tom Lee, who gave Russell the kind of unstinting love and support most artists only dream of and which surely helped him realize his creative dreams. Bright Lights After Dark
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- Dr David Hope praised the Queen's ‘unstinting service, profound wisdom and unswerving faith’ during her 50-year reign at a special festal evensong at York Minster.
- The likeable actors unstintingly throw themselves into the musical's upbeat world. Times, Sunday Times
- The series opens with " Woman in the Dunes, " a film celebrated for its spareness in which Takemitsu ' s sound design is virtually a character, even as his electronically manipulated music — compressed strings, plinking percussion — is used stintingly. Japanese Cinema
- For example, the work "Mappae Clavicula" (little key to the table) may be a mistranslation of Baphes kleis (Key to tinting) via latinization as Baphae clavicula and alteration of Baphae to Mappae by a scribe. Making Light: The "agency model" as I understand it
- Opt for a service like eyelash tinting, or semipermanent lashes. The Sun
- Not only will mezzotinting give you stunning effects, but you'll also get more detail and a sharper image.