It's an open but dirty secret in liberal circles that their disdain for the Tea Party movement is tinged with jealousy.
I like that the emotional lives of women are tinged with a kind of mordant humor for the most part.
Yet those in the Weiss camp say such a decision would be tinged with nepotism.
As it turns out, the idea of a New World Order has been around for decades—and has long been tinged by the specter of violence.
“Nothing changes for gay men,” sighs the writer, his voice now tinged with more despondence than any sort of wit.
Brother Fulkerson answered in a voice of bewilderment, tinged, too, with protest.
The lawyer's face sobered, and his tone as he answered was tinged with constraint.
They became formal, they were tinged now and again with the old asperity; they were rather dreary.
The entire place, indeed, was corroded, tinged with the hue of old gold.
In some cases the discharge from the nostrils is tinged with blood, while in other cases it has the appearance of muco-pus.