- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tincture.
“The new religious spirit which I have attempted to characterize as tinctured by Protestant opinions but disinclined for severance from”
“tinctured" with His spirit, and has his own human life rooted in the”
“They say that the finest pleasures are found in ports of discriminating beauty where there can be found damasked silks, worried silver, and strong emulsions tinctured with human understanding.”
“There's a reason that those invites a fortunate few received, allowing them to attend the après-opening private reception at the latest, greatest Place To Be, the Feral Cheerleader, are tinctured with a hue you cannot find at Sherwin-Williams.”
“There's a reason that those invites a fortunate few received, allowing them to attend the aprÃ¨s-opening private reception at the latest, greatest Place To Be, the Feral Cheerleader, are tinctured with a hue you cannot find at Sherwin-Williams.”
“His mother respected him for his earning power, but somehow her respect was tinctured with fear.”
“But this time her surprise at meeting him was tinctured with suspicion; or rather, her surprise was of another order.”
“Who described Washington, D.C., as "the head-quarters of tobacco-tinctured saliva"?”
“Beyond the landing an atrium circled, tinctured with echoes.”
“ But if '50s Seattle was Leave It To Beaverland North, 40 years later it was Birkenstock mamas and Superdads trying to pretend that the Ma and Pa Cleaver act, tinctured a little with Gloria Steinem and New Age bibdribble, still made the nut.”
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