Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of two colors, as a flower.
- adj. Alternative form of bicoloured.
- adj. having two colors
“White and bicolored (red-white) varieties are available.”
“It was a breathtaking vision-though not as astonishing as the 79-year-old baroness, who was wearing a little red dress by Raffaella Curiel, bicolored shoes and a blue long-sleeve sweater laid on her shoulders, with thick caramel-blond hair that was surely styled by Sophia Loren's hairdresser.”
“But we may have an instance of the fingerpost more nicely adapted to this purpose, if the thing can be made manifest with bicolored lights.”
“Diogenes turned his strange, bicolored eyes to her and smiled.”
“It looked like a giant bicolored drop of milk oozing out of nothingness parallel to the floor.”
“The poet was agitated -- and like a humble bicolored quadruped of the”
“When open, the tail is bicolored, the outer border all around being white and the inner black.”
“In shale and sandy soil, even in the gravel of hillsides, one finds the narrowly divided, finely cut leaves and the bicolored beardless blossom of the Bird's-foot Violet (_V. pedata_), pale bluish purple on the lower petals, dark purple on one or two upper ones, and with a heart of gold.”
“Tessellated pavement and bicolored handle of the dagger a reminder of the two principles, 818-u.”
“Who so fit to be the Tancred and the Pizarro of this bicolored expedition as the”
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