- n. The flag of a nation or team.
- n. Gang insignia.
- n. Plural form of color.
- n. military The morning ceremony of raising the flag.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of color.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a flag flown by a ship to show its nationality.
- n. a distinguishing emblem.
- n. a flag that shows its nationality
- n. a distinguishing emblem
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“Since it is hard to tell about paint colors from a tiny little paint chip, get ideas for colors by looking around your house for towels, sheets, coats, or dresses that are in colors you might consider for your door.”
“This explanation, although related to the use of painters materials on cloth, may be based on de la Follie's experience as the owner of a textile-print works and perhaps, even more directly, on his work to develop colors for indiennes. reference He explains that the solidity of the colors is the result of the coloring parts having combined with phlogiston; this combination renders them less attractive to extraneous and harmful salts.”
“They would be fully cognizant of light, shadow, darkness; but the nicer sensations of the brain which we call colors would be utterly unknown to senses unable to feel their delicate touch.”
“Remember, that what we call colors are only various numbers of vibrations of ether.”
“When Sachi had asked, I’d put her off, saying, “I think we need to look at the title colors again.””
“If each woman would choose her own pattern and work out her own preferences in colors and trims, she could rise above the tacky clothing that the stores have in store for women today.”
“Winter clothes: They are the same as summer clothes, made with warmer fabric, like flannel or heavier cottons, or cottons in colors of the season.”
“You just make them into a historically inspired modern dress by making the hem slightly shorter and using colors from the fabric stores.”
“Women did wear vests but they had feminine decorations, embroidery, lace, and trims on them and were done in colors men might not have worn.”
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Land lies in water; it is shadowed green.
Shadows, or are they shallows, at its edges
showing the line of long sea-weeded ledges
where weeds hang ...
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