Definitions and Examples of bleached, whitened, dyed
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Whitened or lightened by removing color or stains.
The sun had bleached the curtains, making them look faded and worn out.
Made white or lighter in color.
She used a special toothpaste that whitened her teeth and made them look brighter.
Changed in color by soaking in a liquid containing a dye.
She had her hair dyed red to match her favorite dress.
Key Differences: bleached vs whitened vs dyed
- 1Bleached refers to removing color or stains from a material or surface.
- 2Whitened refers to making something white or lighter in color.
- 3Dyed refers to changing the color of something by soaking it in a liquid containing a dye.
Effective Usage of bleached, whitened, dyed
- 1Laundry: Use bleached to describe clothes that have been treated with bleach to remove stains.
- 2Teeth Whitening: Use whitened to describe teeth that have been made brighter and whiter.
- 3Hair Coloring: Use dyed to describe hair that has been colored using a dye.
The antonyms of nonbleach are bleached, whitened, and dyed. These words describe the process of changing the color of a material or surface. Use these words to describe laundry, teeth whitening, and hair coloring.