- n. art The scheme of two or more colors in which a design is available. It is often used to describe variegated or ombre (shades of one color) print yarns, fabric, or thread. It can also be applied to apparel, to wallpaper and other interior design motifs, and to specifications for printed materials such as magazines or newspapers.
“(One sample colorway is represented above, we'll have detailed photos for you soon!)”
“On the cyclingnews.com site not only did they review the $175Rapha "wool" short sleeve summer jersey but they used the word colorway in the review.”
“The colorway is called "Sea Mist," and it does remind me of ocean and sand.”
“(My yarn is the "filigree" colorway, which is currently out of stock, btw.)”
“The sneakers host an Orlando Magic colorway, which is Pietrus 'team, and will most likely not hit stores, which is sad, these are sick enough to send someone into delirium.”
“The colorway is a definite winner, as for the Fusion series, its growing on me, but I still would rather have my classic Jordans.”
“The colorway is a simple and timeless combination of white, grey, black and blue.”
“The colorway is a lovely shimmering blue-green and is called Hanauma Bay.”
“Failed breakaway specialist Thomas Voeckler is the human manifestation of dashed hopes and thwarted dreams, and especially when clad in the French Tricolore (for the past 25 years the official "colorway" of unsuccessful Tour de France attempts) he is like unto a vulture, salivating (inasmuch as vultures can salivate, and I defer to any ornithologists on the subject of buzzard drool) at the prospect of impending death:”
“But I am afraid I am considered extremely lame as I have brakes, wear a helmet, have lights, etc. and very boring "colorway" to boot.”
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A colorhouse - a manufactory of colors for tints, dyes, pigments, paints, glazes, &c. Terms associated with the science and history of colormaking.
All sorts of things went into color...
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