Synonyms of 'tint'
a shade of a colour, esp. a pale oneIts large leaves often show a delicate purple tint.
a dye for the hairYou've had a tint on your hair.
3 (noun) His words had more than a tint of truth to them.
I glanced at her and saw no hint of irony on her face.
She thought she might have a touch of flu.
Wash them in cold water to remove all traces of sand.
that fashionably faint suggestion of a tan
There was a shade of irony in her voice.
Could there have been a slight tinge of envy in her voice?
to give a tint to (something, such as hair)Eyebrows can be tinted with the same dye.
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in the sense of affect
to influence (someone or something)
Millions of people have been affected by the drought.
in the sense of colour
a colour, such as a red or green, that possesses hue, as opposed to black, white, or grey
The badges come in twenty different colours and shapes.
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