Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Having a given hue, aspect, or character. Often used in combination: rosy-hued; dark-hued.

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  • adj. coloured, having the hue.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having color; -- usually in composition

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having a hue or color: used chiefly in composition: as, golden-hued, bright-hued, etc.

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Examples

  • With their artists christened after algebra jargon and song titles hued from the eighties, n5MD have long been one of the most reliable imprints in town, flitting from their early glitch-everything origins to the mellow guitar stoners of recent years. n5MD ( "No Fives, Mini Discs!", not

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  • But Polly! many-hued, protean-natured, he never knew what she was going to do next.

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  • He figured briefly and to the point, and the adventure became iridescent-hued, splendid.

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  • I sincerely hope the rest of the movie is just an hour long incomprehensible montage of soft-core porn and scenes from CSI bridged by hued out out close ups shot at 1/10 shutter speed.

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  • Designed by Evan Dublin, this brightly-hued slide chair is sure to give any room a brilliant pop of color.

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  • It seemed to give him great relief to send a bullet home into the body of some surging, gorgeous-hued fish, arrest its glorious flashing motion for ever, and turn it on its side slowly to sink down into the death and depth of the sea.

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  • Made from food-grade silicone, these brightly hued bowls are unbreakable, compressible,

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  • It goes on to explore works made from the 1870s to about 1911: ferocious monoprints of brothel scenes, their brutal images wrenched up out of darkness; intensely observed drawings; vibrantly hued pastels; roughly modeled sculptures; and sketchy canvases of bathers.

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  • Dorit – Warm-hued wood with 24-karat pure gold facets or papery-white wood with 12-karat white gold facets:

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  • Patches of green were aligned with patches of differently hued green that were aligned with patches hued like straw.

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