dye

All Noun Verb
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  • Commercial production has now increased following a rise in demand for natural dyes.
  • He has dyed his hair green and also became a hard music fan.
  • The dye had to be applied once a day or once every few days.
  • He once again cut his hair short and dyed it red.
  • Dyeing was mainly done by married women, though occasionally men did it as well.
  • Dr. Dye believed that travel was an important part of any major college band.
  • To the surprise of his friends, he even has his hair dyed to look younger.
  • She won her first role as a teenager after dyeing her hair dark brown.
  • Asked why he did that, he answered that he dyed his hair just because he felt like it.
  • The dyes may have been named after their place of origin.
  • They may be dyed just one color, or a great variety of colors.
  • When do you send it south for dyeing?-When it is made. Cited from Second Shetland Truck System Report, by Guthrie
  • When they realize that they dyed themselves the opposite color of themselves, they become friends.
  • The dyeing process is very elaborate and can take several days to complete.
  • This has led to their being very useful as natural dyes.
  • The blood was running down his cheek and dyeing the whole side of his face. Cited from The Rock of Chickamauga, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • That same year, she chose to stop dyeing her hair, and instead let it go gray.
  • Possibly no industry has been more affected by chemical discovery than that of dyeing. Cited from General Science, by Bertha M. Clark
  • The various machines used for dyeing all these forms and the manner of working them have been already described. Cited from The Dyeing of Cotton Fabrics, by Franklin Beech
  • The plants are used as a dye and give a soft green colour.
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Meaning of dye

  • noun A usually soluble substance for staining or coloring e.g. fabrics or hair
  • verb Color with dye
    Please dye these shoes