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

  • adj. Having many colors.
  • adj. Printing Capable of printing in two or more colors simultaneously.

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  • adj. Having multiple colors / colours.

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  • adj. having sections or patches colored differently and usually brightly


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  • Then she looked up the cord, and there was a baby girl, covered in multicolored goo and opening her mouth wide to scream.


  • Gorgeous tapestries in multicolored delicate feather work hung on the walls.

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  • After briefly debating what to do with Amelia, Amanda, and me-as we did not belong to an NGO and had not sent a letter announcing our arrival-Jes├║s Emilio led us down a path through a scattering of pigs and chickens to a wooden house with a multicolored flag bearing the Italian word for peace.


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  • With this tool users can learn more about many different and exciting objects in the image, such as multicolored nebulae and exploding stars, just by clicking on them.

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  • He said that at that spot, a triangle city would be founded, surrounded by a great kingdom with "multicolored" residents from all tribes and peoples.


  • The wall behind the altar is a backlit multicolored glass mosaic upon which hangs a large crucifix, and a row of small white lights illuminates the altar below.

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  • To make flashy, multicolored ties, they literally painted over their drab, state-issued ties, or affixed to them American cigarette packages.

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