Definitions

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  • noun That which is not a color.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ color

Examples

  • For traffic signs, only some color information (in other words, red, blue, yellow) or so called noncolor information (black or white) are relevant.

    The details of robotic vision

  • The ditches alongside are the same grey noncolor as the dust that coats the sage and rabbitbrush, the banks sloping crumbles of powdery soil that say “not far away from here were once volcanoes.”

    Bird Cloud

  • The ditches alongside are the same grey noncolor as the dust that coats the sage and rabbitbrush, the banks sloping crumbles of powdery soil that say “not far away from here were once volcanoes.”

    Bird Cloud

  • The ditches alongside are the same grey noncolor as the dust that coats the sage and rabbitbrush, the banks sloping crumbles of powdery soil that say “not far away from here were once volcanoes.”

    Bird Cloud

  • The ditches alongside are the same grey noncolor as the dust that coats the sage and rabbitbrush, the banks sloping crumbles of powdery soil that say “not far away from here were once volcanoes.”

    Bird Cloud

  • Because his fingertips were constantly stained with the ink from his quill, and because he wore white—a noncolor more in keeping with his asceticism—he held his hands away from his qaba and his person awkwardly, as though he was reaching out to something.

    Shadow Princess

  • All black-and-white photo and film freaks felt nothing had the impact of a stark yet incredibly nuanced noncolor palette.

    Silver Zombie

  • Because his fingertips were constantly stained with the ink from his quill, and because he wore white—a noncolor more in keeping with his asceticism—he held his hands away from his qaba and his person awkwardly, as though he was reaching out to something.

    Shadow Princess

  • Because his fingertips were constantly stained with the ink from his quill, and because he wore white—a noncolor more in keeping with his asceticism—he held his hands away from his qaba and his person awkwardly, as though he was reaching out to something.

    Shadow Princess

  • White chic: The goes-with-anything noncolor replaces plaid as the "in" fashion statement.

    1992: Stranger Things Have Happened

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