- un- + tinged (Wiktionary)
“Its guarded look had yielded to an expression still untinged by personal emotion, but full of a gentle understanding.”
“All in all, a warmly satisfying exhibition, not untinged with nostalgia, but no less rewarding for that.”
“Of all the great silent stars, Fairbanks may have given the vast movie audience the purest pleasure—pleasure untinged by the pathos of Chaplin or Keaton or Pickford.”
“With the European Noilly Prat you won't get the crisp and untinged visual clarity now expected of a Martini unless you dial the vermouth back to about an eighth or a tenth of the mix.”
“I don't particularly want the ghosts I have--I'd prefer for my memories to be untinged by a sense of loss or anger or regret--but I don't think I'd drive them away if I could; they're a reminder that people matter, and that they leave a mark.”
“There is no other way in which a business untinged with Continental Vice can be conducted.”
“I like this frank negligence, untinged by hypocrisy — a characteristic touch which sums up her charming personality.”
“That is not "spin", it is common sense and personal observance, untinged by paranoia and a vigilante agenda.”
“If even a fraction of the parents' account of what they were told by school officials is true, a kind of cultural indoctrination seems to have been going on, not untinged by the kind of ethnocentric attitude that would permit school officials to talk to parents in such a fashion about their child.”
“But if the drink were mixed with the dry meat in the belly, it must be impregnant with its qualities, and not come forth so simple and untinged.”
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