Definition of Retints

1. retint [v] - See also: retint



Lexicographical Neighbors of Retints

retinophoral
retinopiesis
retinoschises
retinoschisis
retinoscope
retinoscopes
retinoscopies
retinoscopy
retinotectal
retinotomy
retinotopic
retinotopically
retint
retinted
retinting
retints (current term)
retinue
retinued
retinues
retinula
retinulae
retinular
retinulas
retinulate
retinyl
retinyl phosphate
retinylamine
retinyls
retinæ
retiped

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 ..."

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