Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not tinged; not stained; not discolored: as, water untinged; untinged beams of light.
  • Not infected; unimbued.

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  • adjective Not tinged; untouched, unpolluted.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ tinged

Examples

  • Its guarded look had yielded to an expression still untinged by personal emotion, but full of a gentle understanding.

    The House of Mirth

  • Its guarded look had yielded to an expression still untinged by personal emotion, but full of a gentle understanding.

    The House of Mirth

  • Its guarded look had yielded to an expression still untinged by personal emotion, but full of a gentle understanding.

    The House of Mirth

  • All in all, a warmly satisfying exhibition, not untinged with nostalgia, but no less rewarding for that.

    Peter Clothier: PST: Best Kept Secret

  • 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.

    Doug

  • 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.

    Don't Shoot the Messenger: Bad News for Martini Drinkers

  • 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.

    Ferule & Fescue

  • 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.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • There is no other way in which a business untinged with Continental Vice can be conducted.

    Somebody's Luggage

  • I like this frank negligence, untinged by hypocrisy — a characteristic touch which sums up her charming personality.

    Letters of Two Brides

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