• WordNet 3.6
    • n tinting the act of adding a tinge of color "the hairdresser gave her hair a modest tinting"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Wine is kept in tinted bottles because it will spoil if it's exposed to light.
    • n tinting In line-engraving, the method or act of producing an even and uniform shading by cutting a series of parallel lines on the plate or block.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Wine will spoil if exposed to light, hence tinted bottles.
    • Tinting the method of producing a uniform shading
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Rose-tinted glasses - If people see things through rose-tinted glasses, they see them in a more positive light than they really are.


Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. tinctus.


In literature:

These hand-tinted plates, to an imaginative person, are about as distressing as any plates can very well be.
"Certain Personal Matters" by H. G. Wells
About six hundred pieces of glass were used, the upper ones being generally of the lighter tints and the lower ones of the darker tints.
"Artificial Light" by M. Luckiesh
Flattery aids not an inch to the growth of a tendril, blame does not take one tint from the sky.
"Some Summer Days in Iowa" by Frederick John Lazell
A faint rose-tint stole over her cheek.
"In Search of the Unknown" by Robert W. Chambers
Small cloudlets in a pale blue sky were tinted pinkish by the rising sun.
"Space Tug" by Murray Leinster
The big square wood-stove was tinted ruddily by the fierce heat of the blazing logs within.
"The Triumph of John Kars" by Ridgwell Cullum
One pint of aspic will be sufficient; use chicken stock, and tint with color paste.
"Salads, Sandwiches and Chafing-Dish Dainties" by Janet McKenzie Hill
No painter's brush could do justice to the prismatic tints which hover around the higher peaks.
"The Andes and the Amazon" by James Orton
It will almost certainly be tinted, it may even be saturated, with the secondhand archaic.
"Anticipations" by Herbert George Wells
The seed is ready for being harvested when a majority of the seed-pods assume a dark brown tint.
"Clovers and How to Grow Them" by Thomas Shaw
This gives a nice light tint of fawn red, of a somewhat bluish tone.
"The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics" by Franklin Beech
Among fresh water pearls the creamy tint is less often seen, but fine pink tints occur.
"A Text-Book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public" by Frank Bertram Wade
In preparing this, the plant is steeped in water, and the tint set with alum.
"How to make rugs" by Candace Wheeler
Sorted out with the prism, its tints merge imperceptibly one into the other, uninterrupted by any dark spaces.
"A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century" by Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
The gloves should be light but not evening tints; pale tan or gray being suitable.
"Social Life" by Maud C. Cooke
But the glass-painter has his specimens of glass round him; some hundreds, perhaps, of all possible tints.
"Stained Glass Work" by C. W. Whall
The dark tint " " " more than 1,000 fathoms deep.
"Island Life" by Alfred Russel Wallace
Sepals and petals rosy, tinted with fawn colour.
"The Woodlands Orchids" by Frederick Boyle
There was no sign of enemy planes in the dawn-tinted heavens.
"Dave Dawson on Guadalcanal" by Robert Sydney Bowen
Her lips were pale and slightly apart; her cheeks, faintly tinted, grew rosier towards the nostrils.
"The Claw" by Cynthia Stockley

In poetry:

Its wondrous tints, a brilliant glow,
Emit in darkest gloom,
A sweeter fragrance 'round it clings,
Than breath of eastern bloom.
"Mystery Of Carmel" by Madge Morris Wagner
Its wondrous tints, a brilliant glow,
Emit in darkest gloom,
A sweeter fragrance ’round it clings,
Than breath of eastern bloom.
"To Sanson (06)" by Madge Morris Wagner
Above you, tinted apple-blooms
Showered their leaves across the lane,
And round you stole the soft perfumes
Of flowers after rain–
"Anne Hathaway" by Anna Johnston MacManus
And every dead king had a story
Of ancient glory, sweetly told.
It was too early for the lark,
But the starry dark had tints of gold.
"The Dead Kings" by Francis Ledwidge
The glory of the summer sky
May change to tints of autumn hue;
But faith that sheds its amber light
Will lend our heaven a tender blue.
"Ripened Fruit" by Thomas O Hagan
Were we two sky-tints, thou and I,
Thou the golden, I the red;
We would quiver and glow and darken and die,
And love until we were dead!
"Two In One" by George MacDonald

In news:

SANTA MONICA, Calif — Even under a dark hoodie jacket and behind the tinted windows of his black Lexus, Ryan Phillippe attracts attention.
Mayor Rob Ford is framed by tinted windows as he gets into his SUV following the first day of a $6-million defamation case in Toronto Tuesday, November 13, 2012.
There are only a few parts, including the optional tinted windows (clear or transparent blue.
Too Faced Primed & Poreless Bronze Tint SPF 20.
It's been state law since 1992, but now the Lewiston Police Department says it has the technology to better enforce illegal window tinting .
Tint World attends the 2012 SEMA Show.
Just repeat over and over until you get the desired depth of color tint .
Window tinting competition to decide the 'world's best.
Kptm.com Tint World® Launches Exclusive Brand of Specialized Automotive Detailing Products.
Mary Kate and Ashley wearing round, tinted frame sunglasses.
The suspects arrived in two separate vehicles, described as a blue Pontiac Grand Am and a Gold/Tan Chevy with tinted windows.
Makeup artists have used this rich berry lip tint on some of the world's biggest fashion runways because it truly looks good on everyone.
Harry Reid visited the Review-Journal's offices in August 2008 seeing the world through green-tinted glasses.
Unless you're spending the next few months on a tropical island (in which case, we hate you), it's probably time to retire your lightweight tinted moisturizer along with your polka-dot bikini.
Early morning sunlight, tinted by stained glass, glares through the gloom.

In science:

The fundamental integration time was set to tint = 2.1 sec, with a total number of 15 to 20 exposures per single raster position.
Mid-infrared studies of the AGB star populations in the Local Group galaxies : the Magellanic Clouds
SNRmin is the threshold signal-to-noise ratio, Trec and Tsky are the receiver and sky noise temperatures, G is the gain of the antenna, ∆ν is the observing bandwidth, tint is the integration time, W is the detected pulse width and P is the pulse period.
Binary and Millisecond Pulsars at the New Millennium
Because they provide relatively uninteresting estimates of ∆I0 , the cluster fields with low integration times (tint < 15 ks as discussed in Section 2.5) are excluded from the results presented in this section.
A study of the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich increment using archival SCUBA data
The exponential distributions of random variables tint and tw are evidences of the random selection of tasks to execute [3, 10].
Editorial process in scientific journals: analysis and modeling
The exclusion of other physics in late stage growth then leads us to the dynamical scaling hypothesis [1,2]: l = l(t), where we use reduced time and length variables, l ≡ L/L0 and t ≡ (T − Tint )/T0 .
3D Spinodal Decomposition in the Inertial Regime
Vα = Hα − Tint and the α-independent intrinsic kinetic energy Tint = T − Tcm has been separated.
The Unitary Correlation Operator Method from a Similarity Renormalization Group Perspective
MD time is the number of trajectories multiplied by the trajectory length t. tint [P] denotes the integrated autocorrelation time for the plaquette.
Nf=2+1 dynamical Wilson quark simulation toward the physical point
The choice of W is not critical for estimate of tint in spite of the long tail observed in Fig. 1.
Nf=2+1 dynamical Wilson quark simulation toward the physical point
Extending the summation window, we find that tint [P] saturates at tint [P] ≈ 25 beyond t= 200, which is within the error bar of the original estimate.
Nf=2+1 dynamical Wilson quark simulation toward the physical point
We hardly observe the quark mass dependence for tint [P] listed in Table 1.
Nf=2+1 dynamical Wilson quark simulation toward the physical point
Note that the quark mass dependence is also tamed: Since we find tha t tint [P] is independent of the quark masses, the cost is proportional to 1/m2 ud .
Nf=2+1 dynamical Wilson quark simulation toward the physical point
We observe that the normalized autocorrelation functions for t = 0.5 have longer tails than t = 0.5/3 before becoming consistent with zero: This is quantitatively checked by the integrated autocorrelation times tint [P] and tint [#mult] in Table 2: The t = 0.5/3 case has shorter autocorrelation times.
Nf=2+1 dynamical Wilson quark simulation toward the physical point
This is confirmed by the integrated aut ocorrelation time tint [#mult] in Table 4. ne the machine-independent Now let us compare the efficiencies of both algorithms.
Nf=2+1 dynamical Wilson quark simulation toward the physical point
O ] = #mult(total)/MD time × tint [O ]/106 , where the observable O is the plaquette or the total number of multiplications.
Nf=2+1 dynamical Wilson quark simulation toward the physical point
The material rotations RA in (14) preserve Ttr trivially, but in general Tint is non-invariant under the right-acting O(n, R).
Classical and Quantized Affine Models of Structured Media