American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The scientific study of color.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The science of colors; that part of optics which treats of the properties of colors and colored bodies.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The science of colors; that part of optics which treats of the properties of colors.
“Philadelphia and New York have not forgotten the harrowing chromatics in Die Glückliche Hand, which Leopold Stokowski gave three years ago.”
“Nor does it have to go all the way to the edges, because plenty of paintings lack full-intensity chromatics.”
“It's one of that landmark motion picture's most arresting images and not just because the rich chromatics and gin-like clarity are presented in stark counterpoint to the just around the corner cavalcade of grotesqueness and grue.”
“I won't scan and post them here because I want you to see them in the magazine, where their clarity and vivid chromatics will blow you away.”
“The film special effects look great, the chromatics tend to impress more due to the sepia tones, or the violent red of the blood.”
“She came up and she played the electric piano, a Fender Rhodes, with the chromatics -- (imitates melody) -- and then the rhythm section comes in.”
“Sooner or later they would come, and the chromatics would die.”
“Instead of pulling away from each other, the products of cell division (the sister chromatics) usually remain side by side.”
“It began on a high note, descending in weird chromatics to the lowest tone the human ear could resolve.”
“But he also knows that the 'epic' manner of Hollywood outdoors — those fruity Dmitri Tiomkin chromatics, those world-renouncing, unbegotten, silhouetted heroes — often aims at the easier ways of raping his feelings at the expense of his mind.”
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