from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A mordant coaltar color of the triphenyl-methane type. It dyes chromed wool blue, but is chiefly used in cotton-printing.


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  • The River Cairns ran along the bottom edge where the mown grass gave way to shaggy reeds and a lengthy clump of coran twister trees that dangled chrome-blue fronds into the water.

    The Dreaming Void


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