- adj. of a color tinged with pink
“Gabe looked across the empty restaurant, over the pink-tinged table linens and leather-backed chairs, the silver that glinted here and there in the shreds of autumn sun, the chandelier, ugly as a bejeweled dowager, the polished oak bar that, without a single elbow propped on it, was too dark and infected with loneliness to look at for very long.”
“That crystallised many Republicans' suspicions that the Nobel committee is controlled by conceited pink-tinged European socialist extremists.”
“One moment I was bowling along the seafront towards pink-tinged cliffs, the next the road descended a ramp into the sea.”
“The chair sat in the middle of a raised pink-tinged marble platform.”
“And so they did, building a factory first and then, after a few years, the family house in a forest of oak and birch, overlooking the pink-tinged peaks of Monte Rosa on the horizon.”
“Blues and purples of all shades hosted pink-tinged clouds that looked like seedpod fluff.”
“Another tree in the same area had a few that were pink-tinged.”
“Typically for the Guardian and its commentators, the notion of Cameron's 'big society' is viewed through pink-tinged spectacles.”
“CHAPTER FOURTEEN Paul du Mond watched in fascinated detachment as hands that did not seem to belong to him slowly drove a potent load of clear, pink-tinged liquid into his vein through the medium of the syringe needle.”
“Mr. James blinked at us from behind pink-tinged glasses.”
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