Definition of Retints
1. retint [v] - See also: retint
Lexicographical Neighbors of Retints
Literary usage of Retints
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. All That's Kentucky: An Anthology by Josiah Henry Combs (1915)
"No copyist of the plodding mind That reproduces thought, And but retints a master's work In greater ages wrought: His gifted soul like morning glowed With ..."
2. Vision: A Magazine for Youth (1894)
"... and still another retints the colors that were pure and delicate as the dawn, with a jumble of bilious greens and rampant reds, so that when the vase is ..."