Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having three colors: as, a tricolored flag.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Having three colors.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Having three colours; tricolor.

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Examples

  • A few minutes with the heron book cleared up the mystery; they were tricolored herons, the first I had ever seen.10 By the end of the month American goldfinches were shooting around like tossed gold pieces despite another cold spell.

    Bird Cloud

  • After the birds took flight they would have been completely disoriented and flying at a high rate of speed, "most likely about 25 mph, given my experience with their cousins, the tricolored blackbird," Meese says.

    Fireworks likely cause of massive Ark. bird kill

  • Foreign journalists taken on a government-sponsored tour of Al-Zawiya, to the west of Tripoli—which last week witnessed bloody clashes between opposition and pro-Gadhafi security forces—entered the center of town to see the tricolored flag that predated Col.

    Oil Flows as Rebels Gain

  • A few minutes with the heron book cleared up the mystery; they were tricolored herons, the first I had ever seen.10 By the end of the month American goldfinches were shooting around like tossed gold pieces despite another cold spell.

    Bird Cloud

  • A few minutes with the heron book cleared up the mystery; they were tricolored herons, the first I had ever seen.10 By the end of the month American goldfinches were shooting around like tossed gold pieces despite another cold spell.

    Bird Cloud

  • The walls are painted with light, tricolored stripes.

    Orange Hue for Hamptons Modern

  • Tiny tricolored flowers rise above the basal foliage, lending credence to its more common name, “Fairy Wings.”

    Epimedium ‘Orange Queen’ — put it on your shopping list « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • Tiny tricolored flowers rise above the basal foliage, lending credence to its more common name, “Fairy Wings.”

    2010 March « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • The open living and dining room, which has a fireplace and a skylight, is painted with light, tricolored stripes.

    Hamptons Home Brings Outside In

  • A few minutes with the heron book cleared up the mystery; they were tricolored herons, the first I had ever seen.10 By the end of the month American goldfinches were shooting around like tossed gold pieces despite another cold spell.

    Bird Cloud

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