No one thinks to transform him into an Adonis, to require him to mascara his lashes or tint his cheekbones a delicate pink.
The moonlight gave to the surface of the quiet water, the tint of pearls.
This discoloration was of a livid blue, about the tint of a tattoo mark.
And why is it that affection, as exhibited in general life, is so rarely seen unstained by the tint of some darker passion?
That tint is what we call the blink of open water, said Johnson.
The amount of color to use depends on the tint desired in the cheese.
If ever he praised a limb, a tint, a contour, it was solely from the artistic point of view.
Experts can so manipulate the tint plates that the lights will be graduated from the softest to the most glaring.
The pencil could do nothing where so much depended on tint and glow.
The scene, in singleness and purity of tint, rivals the blue of the sky.
Interpreted version of JOVIAL.
[Sammet 1969, p. 528].