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tinted in Glass topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtintedtint‧ed /ˈtɪntɪd/ adjective [only before noun]  TIGtinted glass is coloured, rather than completely transparent
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tintedIt follows on from a fine display of tinted autumn foliage.You can, however, obtain some charming colour effects on a tinted background.Photophobic children are often recommended to wear dark or tinted glasses to ease the discomfort caused by bright light.Ask your hairdresser about tinted lights, which add warmth and depth.Smoked or tinted material is preferred as the instruments constructed can be more easily seen when set aside.Be careful to blend away base or tinted moisturiser into the neck.I don't wear any make-up, just a little tinted moisturiser to make my pale skin look a bit warmer.On the dresser two posed and tinted photographs rose from the undergrowth of brass.The limousine had tinted windows, so we couldn't see who was inside.