One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a mass of white blossom tinged with pink’
tint, colour, dye, stain, shade, suffuse, flush, imbue, wash, overlay, bathe, saturate, steep, impregnate, permeate, penetrate, pervade, run through
2‘his optimism is tinged with realism’
influence, affect, touch, flavour, colour, suffuse, imbue, modify, magnify, distort, poison, sour, spice up, enliven
1‘the light had a blue tinge to it’
tint, colour, shade, tone, hue, tincture, cast, flush, blush
2‘a tinge of cynicism appeared in his writing’
trace, note, touch, dash, suggestion, hint, bit, scintilla, impression, air, savour, flavour, element, strand, streak, vein, overtone, suspicion, soupçon, whisper, whiff, tincture
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