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.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- 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.
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-Jesús 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.
So called multicolored demonstrator (yellow) supporting this government, and who knows if royal army its guarantee of the beautiful future of Thailand?????
They included two "multicolored" protesters among several dozen who had gathered to voice their opposition to the "red shirts."
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.
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.
Each sermon at Saddleback is accompanied by a shiny, multicolored bulletin containing a hole-punched outline, which is designed so that listeners can fill in the blanks as Pastor Rick hits his most important points.
To make flashy, multicolored ties, they literally painted over their drab, state-issued ties, or affixed to them American cigarette packages.