from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To make motley or parti-colored.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See party-color.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. make motley; color with different colors


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  • The soaring vertical slabs of parti-color stone that surround the bookend fireplaces?

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  • Will Ferrell, one of the biggest stars of the moment, recently was captured in Us out with his niece and nephew, wearing wrinkled clothes and a parti-color beard that would not have seemed out of place on a homeless man.

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  • Their skins were still an odd parti-color — brown where they had been burned by the sun, lighter where they had been covered by their clothing — but in time it would all fade to the proper pale shade of slaves who lived their whole lives in the World Without Sun.

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  • Vevey, bells rang, and a great procession of soldiers in parti-color followed by others in pure white, with a hundred pages also in white, carrying the white cross of Savoy, came out from the gates to meet him.

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  • Passion plays and mysteries culminated at Easter in a wild carnival week in which priests and people sang and danced together in masks and parti-color from dawn to starlight.

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  • A parti-color Pomeranian is white but has patches of one or more other colors in its coat.

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  • The most often seen Pomeranian patterns include black and tan, brindle and parti-color.

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  • The orange or liver is found in the standard parti-color or piebald patterns.


  • Colors include fawn, sand, chestnut, silver and steel blue, but any color is accepted, including black & tan and parti-color.

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