Definition of Tinters

1. Noun. (plural of tinter) ¹



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Definition of Tinters

1. tinter [n] - See also: tinter

Lexicographical Neighbors of Tinters

tinsnips
tinstone
tinstones
tint
tinta
tintable
tintack
tintacks
tintamar
tintamars
tinted
tinted denture base
tinted vision
tinter
tinternell
tinters (current term)
tinticite
tintier
tintiest
tintinaite
tinting
tintings
tintinnabula
tintinnabular
tintinnabulary
tintinnabulate
tintinnabulated
tintinnabulates
tintinnabulating
tintinnabulation

Literary usage of Tinters

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Sciopticon Manual: Explaining Lantern Projections in General, and the by Lorenzo J Marcy (1877)
"All the appearances formerly produced by colored glass slides are better effected by these tinters. If at any time the rods become too loose, ..."

2. Optical Projection: A Treatise on the Use of the Lantern in Exhibition and by Lewis Wright (1895)
"tinters may add very much to the pleasing effect of plain photographs, if used with suitable ... tinters are of two kinds. Fig. 68 shows the most common. ..."

3. Optical Projection: A Treatise on the Use of the Lantern in Exhibition and by Lewis Wright, Russell Stuart Wright (1891)
"tinters may add very much to the pleasing effect of plain photographs, if used with suitable ... tinters are of two kinds. Fig. 68 shows the most common. ..."

4. The Chemistry of Paints and Paint Vehicles by Clare Hamilton Hall (1906)
"In case impure tinters are used, such as umbers, oxides, etc., ... In either case any adulteration in the tinters must be taken into consideration, as in 3. ..."

5. Experimental Science: Elementary, Practical and Experimental Physics by George Milton Hopkins (1902)
"One of the tinters is a deep orange red, one is yellowish green, and the other is light violet ; these three tints in a color-projection lantern give a ..."

6. Experimental Science: Elementary, Practical and Experimental Physics by George Milton Hopkins (1902)
"One of the tinters is a deep orange red, one is yellowish green, and the other is light violet; these three tints in a color-projection lantern give a white ..."

7. The Expert Calciminer: Containing Full Directions for Mixing and Applying by Albanis Ashmun Kelly (1912)
"They come in pound glass jars, ground in water, are very fine and represent the best quality of tinters. Never use dry colors. Take the soaked whiting pulp, ..."

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