Definition of Tinty

1. unevenly tinted [adj TINTIER, TINTIEST]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tinty

tintinnabulate
tintinnabulated
tintinnabulates
tintinnabulating
tintinnabulation
tintinnabulations
tintinnabulatory
tintinnabulous
tintinnabulum
tintle
tintless
tinto
tinto de verano
tintometer
tints
tinty (current term)
tintype
tintypes
tinware
tinwares
tinwork
tinworks
tiny
tinygram
tinygrams
tinyness
tinzenite
tioconazole
tioguanine
tiospirone

Literary usage of Tinty

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1. Golspie: Contributions to Its Folklore by Edward Williams Byron Nicholson (1897)
"... tinty, my black hen, She lays eggs for gentlemen : Gentlemen come here to-day To see what my ... tinty ' and says the first word is sometimes pronounced ..."

2. Contributions to the Study of Elliptical Words in Modern English by Karl Sundén (1904)
"... by the Hanging Committee, standing with a fellow-sufferer, before a masterpiece by Sargent) Well, \\Y1I ! And what is your opinion of it, tinty? ..."

3. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1883)
"Bushey is a regular downright rustic, rose-leafy, tinty, take-tea-in- the-garden sort of place, and no mistake. A bit quiet, perhaps. Never mind. ..."

4. Principles of the English Law of Contract and of Agency in Its Relation to by William Reynell Anson, Ernest Wilson Huffcut (1895)
"If the certificate is obtained by means of a deposit with the company of a forged transfer of shares, the company " The mention of this tinty would seem to ..."

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