Definitions

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  • noun the state of being colorful

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Examples

  • The book features their confederates in nonconformity, artistry, community activism, and "colorfulness."

    Jan Herman: Legends Of The Lower East Side: Clayton Patterson And Confederates

  • Democracy had arrived in our country Spain and the most playful, hedonistic side of the Spanish character had exploded ... you could say that even grief was joyful ... thus the Baroque style, the humor and the colorfulness of the story and its characters.

    Patricia Zohn: CultureZohn: Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

  • Democracy had arrived in our country Spain and the most playful, hedonistic side of the Spanish character had exploded ... you could say that even grief was joyful ... thus the Baroque style, the humor and the colorfulness of the story and its characters.

    Patricia Zohn: CultureZohn: Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

  • Democracy had arrived in our country Spain and the most playful, hedonistic side of the Spanish character had exploded ... you could say that even grief was joyful ... thus the Baroque style, the humor and the colorfulness of the story and its characters.

    Patricia Zohn: CultureZohn: Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

  • Strong resonant colorfulness, airiness and lightness, together with extensive use of local materials and workmanship, were the clear expression of her interpretation of locality.

    Dora Gad.

  • The ambitious listener might better start from the level of Chopin's melodious piano music, or Grieg's northern elegiacs or Tchaikovsky's gorgeous colorfulness.

    Quincy Jones: Arts Education in America

  • By 1959 she had recovered almost completely and her paintings from that period are characterized by their colorfulness, with scratchings and slashings on the paintings and on the monotype prints.

    Lea Nikel.

  • Our products offer the colorfulness of Disney characters mixed with the swagger of the hip hop nation.

    Chicken Soup for The Soul: Extraordinary Teens

  • She claimed that she was influenced by the art in Paris, where she studied and lived in the years 1950 – 1961, especially by the freshness and colorfulness of Henri Matisse (1869 – 1954) and the spontaneity of Joan Miró (1893 – 1983).

    Artists: Yishuv and Israel: 1920-1970.

  • The expressionism, which had been modified by mediators, changed its color from the grays in the early paintings to bold and assertive colorfulness in the 1990s.

    Artists: Israeli, 1970 to the Present.

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