Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Free from pigment; destitute of coloring matter.

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Examples

  • I'm pigmentless in parts of my skin, For lighter skinned people, it's not as noticeable.

    CNN Transcript Jan 7, 2008

  • His gaze and expression were as one, as cold-clammy and pigmentless as the greasy flesh of a cave salamander wrenched up suddenly from the abyss and left to shrivel in the sun.

    Impossible Places

  • Now extrapolating the other way, were there no such rays, the people would become a pigmentless race.

    The Black Star Passes

  • "ALBINO, a biological term (Lat. _albus_, white), in the usual acceptation, for a pigmentless individual of a normally pigmented race."

    The Winning Clue

  • AskMe will be switching to a pigmentless layout in order to save on dye and, we hope, attract a more professional, revenue-friendly crowd.

    MetaFilter Projects

  • We are horrified by the idea that these poor, pigmentless Africans are being hacked to death with big machetes not because of the color of their skin, but because people actually believe that their various parts can be used in magical processes.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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