from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not treated with a dye or other colour.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not colored; not stained or dyed; hence, unclouded; clear; specifically, white.
- Not heightened in description; truthful; unbiased: as, an uncolored statement.
- Unadorned; plain; chaste.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not artificially colored or bleached
- adj. without color
Then you sort of massage the color into your hair, using clips to keep the uncolored from the colored, as you work your way around your head.
Those books are most definitely "uncolored" as they are literally colored stories printed without colors.
What look to be splatters and speckles are actually a result of the space left "uncolored" by crayons.
Sure, they'll give you an uncolored view of whether the government must spend less on them.
Look closely at the "3" and the "5" -- here, the acidity of the ink has eaten clearly through the paper, and the apparently uncolored portion of the numbers is actually the page below.
The Tea Party Coloring Book is blowing Really Big's book about President Barack Obama out of the water, perhaps because the skin color of an uncolored character is always white.
In the belly of a pregnant saint Marcus found an uncolored segment of glass no bigger than his palm.
It's not the format I'd prefer to read the story in (especially since the PDF was uncolored and I imagine that Campbell's art will look fantastic in color), but curiosity beat the crap out of delayed gratification and so now I've read it.
Nathan Edmondson, writer of the Image Comics title Olympus, sent over two covers ... first, here's an uncolored variant cover to issue #4 by Tony Harris:
The major difference seems to be that Triple Secs are generally uncolored, while curaçaos come in neon shades ...