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Of or pertaining to or resembling tin

The object had a tinny appearance.

Pertaining to a thin, unpleasant sound recalling that of tin being rapped

The piano was not simply out of tune, but had become downright tinny.

Pertaining to the thinness and cheapness of tin or similar-looking metals, in contrast to a heavier, more valuable metal

The shop was filled with tinny tourist geegaws.

of very poor quality
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If you use tinny to describe something such as a cheap car, you mean that it is made of thin metal and is of poor quality. It is one of the cheapest cars on the market, with tinny bodywork. a tinny sound is high, weak, and unpleasant, and sounds like it is coming out of something made of metal
{s} metallic; of or about tin
Pertaining to, abounding with, or resembling, tin
Metallic tasting
thin and metallic in sound; lacking resonance; "an unpleasant tinny voice"
Used to describe a sound with too many highs and mids and not enough lows
thin and metallic in sound; lacking resonance; "an unpleasant tinny voice
If you describe a sound as tinny, you mean that it has an irritating, high-pitched quality. He could hear the tinny sound of a radio playing a pop song
Having a metallic taste
Somewhat of a metallic aftertaste
The thin, unpleasant sound of an instrument made of tin, or any tinny object used to make a sound
Having the quality of tin, particularly in the sense of being a cheap, low quality metal
comparative of tinny
superlative of tinny
in a metallic tone
{i} tinlike quality