Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Having a strong, deep, or glaring color; flushed.
  • adjective Vivid; strong or forcible in representation; hence, exaggerated.

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Examples

  • Rather than restrict the cabinets to one set of colors we decided on an assortment for a very high-colored kitchen.

    Bird Cloud

  • Interesting design from a designer Holly Palmer. beautiful works created for home interiors, To this day we chose to share with you a set of bench playful tea cup, which was ranked as high-colored but also originality.

    Playdate table with Stools a Smart and Simple Design

  • Rather than restrict the cabinets to one set of colors we decided on an assortment for a very high-colored kitchen.

    Bird Cloud

  • Rather than restrict the cabinets to one set of colors we decided on an assortment for a very high-colored kitchen.

    Bird Cloud

  • Rather than restrict the cabinets to one set of colors we decided on an assortment for a very high-colored kitchen.

    Bird Cloud

  • He told me all the gossip of court, sitting there eating bread and some of the cheese and wine that he himself had supplied, and truly it was as if he spoke of animals in a menagerie, so strange were their behaviors, so high-colored and passionate.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns

  • He “painted their sufferings & services, their successive hopes and disappointments throughout the whole war, in very high-colored expressions.”

    Robert Morris

  • He “painted their sufferings & services, their successive hopes and disappointments throughout the whole war, in very high-colored expressions.”

    Robert Morris

  • They had the same jet-black hair, the same slender eyebrows winging up at the corners, the same pale, high-colored skin.

    Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series

  • New details of the princess's high-colored private life can still excite the press.

    Diana's Fading Legacy

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