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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
A parti-color Pomeranian is white but has patches of one or more other colors in its coat.
The most often seen Pomeranian patterns include black and tan, brindle and parti-color.
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.