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  • adj. Alternative form of bicoloured.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of two colors, as a flower.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having two colors


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  • White and bicolored (red-white) varieties are available.

    Groundwork: The towering bean

  • 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.

    The New Organon

  • Diogenes turned his strange, bicolored eyes to her and smiled.

    Dance Of Death

  • It looked like a giant bicolored drop of milk oozing out of nothingness parallel to the floor.

    Into the Thinking Kingdoms

  • 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.

    Our Bird Comrades

  • 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.

    Wild Flowers Worth Knowing

  • Tessellated pavement and bicolored handle of the dagger a reminder of the two principles, 818-u.

    Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry

  • Who so fit to be the Tancred and the Pizarro of this bicolored expedition as the

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