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- adj. Deprived of color, or given the wrong color; pale, stained.
- adj. Multicolored.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of discolor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Altered in color; stained; spotted or streaked with foreign matter.
- adj. Variegated; of divers colors.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of dimmed or darkened color; stained; blotched: as, a discolored spot on the skin or on a garment.
- Variegated; being of diverse colors; discolor.
- Without colors or color.
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And Brett Nelson, whose right eye was still puffy and discolored from the broken cheekbone he got in a fight with teammate LaDarius Halton on
The pool itself, muddy and discolored from the sluice boxes, effectually hid what it contained, and it contained John Thornton; for Buck followed his trace into the water, from which no trace led away.
He gave no heed to her or her words, but remained like one impaled; still, fixed, yet writhing, his features, his whole form and expression discolored, distorted with inward agony.
- Watch for dangerous waves and signs of rip currents, such as discolored or unusually choppy water, or water that is foamy or filled with debris.
They checked into the hospital last week complaining of soreness and discolored urine after undergoing intense workouts following winter break.
It was the product of an accident, the very accident that had created those hills and valleys on her discolored face.
As the guards took turns beating Chase, Ember tossed Lothaire the rotting, discolored hand.
But it has also revealed or improved the legibility of parts of the text that have faded and discolored with age and are not visible to the naked eye.
Swollen, bruised, discolored, every feature had been beaten out of all semblance of familiarity.
The plaster, discolored by the steam of many wash-days, was crisscrossed with cracks from the big earthquake of the previous spring.