Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having hues or tints like those of a rainbow.

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Examples

  • On Tuesday, Sotheby's will ask at least $25 million for Picasso's 1934 "Women Reading," a rainbow-hued portrait of the mistress he painted in that record-setting "Nude."

    The Art Market Snaps Back

  • Her recent works – rainbow-hued figures crafted from modelling material – have moved further into an imagined alternative realm.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • Sotheby's kicked off a two-week series of major art auctions in New York on Tuesday by selling Pablo Picasso's rainbow-hued double portrait, "Women Reading," for $21.3 million.

    Sotheby's Opens Spring Sales

  • Capers grow wild all over the island, along with rainbow-hued flowers, herbs and fruit.

    Winning the green vote on Filicudi

  • He's known for his unnerving sculptures of giant fiberglass people, but for the past five years the artist says he's also been drawing flowers with rainbow-hued petals.

    The Whitney Biennial Lightens Up

  • The new creation is as rainbow-hued and diversified as creation at the beginning.

    Brad R. Braxton: Getting in Front of Jesus: The Politics of Progressive Christianity (Part II)

  • He had tossed a rainbow-hued bath towel over his shoulder.

    Spellbound

  • Just two weeks ago, Marc Jacobs sent out his rainbow-hued, '70s-inspired New York collection in what he said was something of a reaction against the prevailing trend for all things neutral.

    But Would Jackie Wear It?

  • In fact, armed law-enforcement officers clogged the upper floors of all the rainbow-hued and brick buildings.

    Crusade

  • Not only does it feature an alliterative weather-themed nickname, but it also features a cartoon tornado leaving a rainbow-hued path of destruction in its wake.

    What's In A Name: The Key to Victory

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