Tints Adjectives

  • Different
  • Varied
  • Opaline
  • Unmatchable
  • Transcendent
  • Various
  • Undecided
  • Crimson
  • Last
  • Flat
  • Uncountable
  • Visionary
  • Autumnal
  • Resplendent
  • Neutral
  • Delicate
  • Such
  • Endless
  • Unrivalled
  • Brown
  • Virginal
  • Many
  • Opal
  • Daffodil
  • Sky-Blue
  • Faded
  • Metallic
  • Exquisite
  • Arethusa
  • Vaunted
  • Right
  • Flesh
  • Simple
  • Certain
  • Desirable
  • Deep
  • Bluish
  • Autumn
  • Sickly
  • Bright
  • Other
  • Modest
  • Joy-Killing
  • Cream
  • How do you describe Tints?

    • 1. The drawing thus produced in outline is filled in with flat tints of body-colour, without gradation or any attempt at brush-work shading. 🔊
    • 2. No need for rouge or powder now, for nature had laid on the lovely face her own unrivalled tints of rose overlying the soft browns of summer tan. 🔊
    • 3. There was no attempt at concealment except in the neutral tints, which made it look like a natural growth of the dim, gray woods. 🔊
    • 4. There was no attempt at concealment except in the neutral tints, which make it look like a natural growth of the dim, gray woods. 🔊
    • 5. Its lower bells are of the darkest indigo, but towards the top it melts into the softest sky-blue tints, and when in masses it is beautiful. 🔊
    • 6. From moment to moment it changed; the living gold melted into green and blue opal tints, tender like twilight. 🔊
    • 7. To begin with, all these pinky-purple, these arethusa tints are nameless; perhaps orchid color is as good a name as any. 🔊
    • 8. The palette for that work was laid by angels, from tubes long hidden in the choicest crypts of the vast elaboratory, and those transcendent tints. 🔊
    • 9. Beyond its brim a great conflagration seemed to be raging, throwing its flames of gold, of red and of uncountable tints high into the sky. 🔊
    • 10. Primrose and daffodil tints for the spring, the warm tones of the chrysanthemum for the autumn, while summer sunshine makes everything look well. 🔊
    • 11. The Panamanian is most often a soft and pleasing brown, done in a number of wholly unmatchable tints. 🔊
    • 12. The figures, indeed, look like pasteboard figures stuck on; there is a leaden hue pervading all the flesh tints. 🔊
    • 13. Behind was the dark jungle, in front an emerald lake, reflecting back a hundred different tints, and bordered by blue and white lotus flowers. 🔊
    • 14. Full oft I've seen the crimson tints Of evening on the western land. 🔊
    • 15. There were autumn tints on Colonel Clarkson's hair as well, but the tints on both were beautiful. 🔊
    • 16. Naturally clay is black, grey-white, red, brown, and yellow, and it is capable of assuming many desirable tints by the agency of chemical means. 🔊
    • 17. Of certain large groups certain tints are characteristic, as has already been remarked with respect to the great order to which the dandelion belongs. 🔊
    • 18. The red pattern is a restoration of the old design which was found on the removal of the whitewash, but the restorer seems to have missed the right tints. 🔊
    • 19. I should say that the dull or neutral tints of the female were a provision of nature for her greater safety at all times, as her life is far more precious to the species than that of the male. 🔊
    • 20. You can certainly not become ecstatic about it if they insist on having it painted in exclusively drab, routine and joy-killing tints, when they are not covering it up altogether. 🔊
    • 21. Chrysanthemums were growing up against the wall, with faint lilac and golden heads, the last bright tints left upon the once gorgeous palette of summer. 🔊
    • 22. The glossy darkness of the clove plantations enhances the paler tints of the prevailing foliage, and the virginal tints of the sylvan scenery indicate a climate of perpetual spring. 🔊
    • 23. The reticent colour lingers on sash or ribbon, and beneath the powdered fair hair the rose and cream tints of these pretty mondaines bloom like the petals of carnations against the light. 🔊
    • 24. The precious stones, the lapis lazuli, the malachite, obtain a new brilliance from the rich neutral tints and shades of the chased dulled silver in which they are held. 🔊
    • 25. The ornament is geometrically and symmetrically arranged, flat, in simple tints, and bordered, as above described, with darker shades of the local colour. 🔊
    • 26. The landscapes usually consist of grassy swards with brownish-green trees and shrubs in the foreground, while the background is bathed in the bluish tints so dear to Brueghel. 🔊
    • 27. Literature was a fresh garland of spring flowers, he said, in which yew-berries and the purple nightshade mingled with the various tints of the anemone; and somehow or other this garland encircled marble brows. 🔊
    • 28. Several mountains crowned with snow shone brilliantly in the distance, contrasting their brightness with others, which, thrown into shade, assumed deep tints of purple and violet. 🔊
    • 29. I found the old cushion, and sat by it, gazing at the faded tints of the rosebuds, till I imagined the stiff brocade in all its beauty and freshness. 🔊
    • 30. When a metal, especially brass, is seen in a furnace in a molten condition, the flames, where the oxygen of the atmosphere is uniting with the vapour of the metal, present the most resplendent tints. 🔊
    • 31. The sky, at first blue and yellow, gradually deepened into purple and orange, and finally the most brilliant red and almost black clouds, the hills all the time glowing with exquisite tints. 🔊
    • 32. What visionary tints the year puts on, When failing leaves falter through motionless air Or numbly cling and shiver to be gone! 🔊
    • 33. As a rule they remain until late in October, changing to autumnal tints of every richness and hue and reminding one of the glorious hues of the eastern maples when touched by the first frosts of winter. 🔊
    • 34. But neither the temperate, nor even the Arctic nor Antarctic climes are denied the glory of bright tints in the long days of their brief, but sometimes fervid, summer. 🔊
    • 35. The fluids leave the surface, the crust hardens and dries, rich and varied tints appear, and our Dragon fly rises into its new world of light and sunshine a gorgeous, but repulsive being. 🔊
    • 36. She was tall and heavy-browed and dark, with warm, brown tints of eyes and skin, and seven times the man Jerry was, but it was her passionate intent to hold him supreme at home and market. 🔊
    • 37. If they had instead been speaking of flat tints, as, for instance, of the gold and blue in this missal page, they would not have called them "masses," but "spaces" of colour. 🔊
    • 38. The hills of Newbury rolling away, With the many tints of the season gay, Dreamily blending in autumn mist Crimson, and gold, and amethyst. 🔊
    • 39. They place on the walls a few sickly tints--so pale that their want of harmony is not very apparent. 🔊
    • 40. Now and then he paused to enjoy the last tints of pink and purple and dusky saffron mirrored in the reaches of the river or to watch the swing of some college crew and the swan-like movement of their long, frail shell. 🔊
    • 41. For this reason we have to avoid the use of our purest pigments in such quantities as render their poverty of nature manifest, and to use for large surfaces such tints as, through their subtlety of composition, interest and please. 🔊
    • 42. It was not like the moonshine, brightening as the evening twilight deepens; for now it threw its radiance over the landscape, the green and other tints of which were displayed by the daylight, whereas at-evening all those tints are obscured. 🔊