tinctorial[tiŋk tôr′ē əl]
tinctorial definition by Webster's New World
having to do with color, dyeing, or staining
Origin: ; from Classical Latin tinctorius ; from tinctor, dyer ; from tinctus: see tincture
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- tinctorially adverb
tinctorial definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Relating to the processes of dyeing or coloring.
Origin: From Latin tīnctōrius, from tīnctus, past participle of tingere, to dye.
- tinc·toˈri·al·ly adverb
tinctorial - Medical Definition
Relating to coloring or staining.