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  • adj. Alternative spelling of uncolored.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. without color

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Examples

  • It took the rest of the evening, but eventually they added costume to the skinny, mad-haired woman and sagging, balding man on the computer, outfits like the uncoloured, shapeless clothing discarded on the floor.

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  • All one requires is clear glass or plastic bottles (PET are recommended but any clear, uncoloured bottles will do) and sunlight which most underdeveloped countries have in abundance.

    2010 April 03 « Mudpuddle

  • I covered the cake in this uncoloured icing, see the photo above.

    October 13th - The Miracle of the Sun

  • These little words, tremulous and uncoloured as they were, yet were understood by Pendennis in such a manner as to take a great load of suspicion from off his mind — of remorse, perhaps, from his heart.

    The History of Pendennis

  • The ones in this photo are the uncoloured versions.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • The ‘simple’ linen dress she was wearing, with its elegant lines, no doubt possessed a designer label, just as her hands and feet with their uncoloured but carefully manicured nails spoke of a woman who had the kind of confidence that came from enjoying position and wealth.

    Master of Pleasure

  • Mix up an uncoloured batch of the royal icing and remove a few spoonfuls to other bowls to mix up various colours.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • By Anne, at 5/11/2005 04:57:00 PM jack is uncoloured and can be a good cheese! particularly the dry jack, an excellent grating cheese.

    Julian's Cheese Manicotti

  • Its sense of geo-political reality is delusional; its intent genocidal and utterly uncoloured by reason, restraint, compassion or a notion of shared humanity.

    Alexander Downer - Australia and the Threat of Global Terrorism - A Test of Resolve

  • On those walls, wherever the eye roved, were prints coloured and uncoloured, old and new, depicting the sports of racing and prize-fighting!

    The White Monkey

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