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- n. One who tints.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A person who tints, or an instrument for tinting.
- n. A slide of plain colored glass, as pink or blue, used with the magic lantern to give moonlight or sunrise effects, or the like, to pictures from plain or uncolored slides.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a hairdresser who tints hair
You can get anything done with a willing tinter who happens to be a friend.
I tend to agree with reasonable comments from tinter and the reliable Lawrence Boyce.
His father was a "tintore" -- a dyer of silk, a tinter -- and it was from the character of that work the artist took his name.
As the little tinter showed great genius for painting, his father placed him in Titian's studio, but for some reason he only stayed there a few days, long enough, however, to permit us to call him a pupil of Titian; especially as he wrote that master's name upon his wall and determined to imitate him.
The crews bring along a tinter that helps them mix the paint to match.
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The teen later told detectives that Teran-Ponce, a window tinter from Mexico, gave several sips of tequila in a mixed drink before she went to bed.