tinge of sadness through Peter's jovial laughter.

Karen123456

Senior Member
Malaysia English
There lies a well-hidden tinge of sadness through Peter's jovial laughter.

Is 'through' the correct preposition?

Thanks.
 
  • Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    I think a good preposition would be in. I don't usually think of a tinge going through something, especially if it's well-hidden.
     
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