[ uhn-tinjd ]

  1. not colored, as by paint or the sun.

  2. not biased or affected: a report untinged by sentimentality.

Origin of untinged

First recorded in 1655–65; un-1 + tinge + -ed2

Words Nearby untinged

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How to use untinged in a sentence

  • Her honest nature urged her to it; but Georgie's love for Haggard, deep as it was, was not untinged with fear.

  • The beauty and the murmur filled them with a quiet happiness, not untinged with the melancholy thought of parting the next day.

    Eric, or Little by Little | Frederic W. Farrar
  • "My mother will run away, and your father will follow her," replied Caesarion with a melancholy smile, wholly untinged by scorn.

    Cleopatra, Complete | Georg Ebers
  • Just now he wanted an untinged clarity to attend his thoughts.

    Destiny | Charles Neville Buck
  • And ever Donnegan was conscious of big, bright eyes watching him in a reverent fear not untinged by superstition.

    Gunman's Reckoning | Max Brand