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tinged

[ tinjd ]
/ tɪndʒd /
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Definition of tinged

adjective
modified by a slight amount of a usually specified color or source of color; tinted or slightly discolored (usually used in combination): He vomited a small amount of blood-tinged fluid.I love this photo of the sunset over the ocean, with the tinged waves.
slightly modified in a specified way (often used in combination): She leads a cast of excellent actors in this supernaturally tinged sci-fi drama.The song has the bluegrass-tinged sound of a traditional southern bar band.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of tinge.
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Origin of tinged

First recorded in 1565–75; tinge + -ed2 for defs. 1, 2, and tinge + -ed1 for def. 3
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