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Noun
A combination and pattern of colors designed to represent a group
“Young, a Washington Redskins fan, couldn't stomach the idea of wearing the colors of the Skins' hated rivals, the Cowboys.”
Noun
The set of qualities that makes a person, a group of people, or a thing different from others
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The military forces of a nation, such as the army, navy, air force, marines and, sometimes, coastguard or border guard, which are tasked with the defence of the nation and its citizens, if necessary through use of deadly force
“It was always his dream to serve with the colors.”
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The style of decoration of a room or building
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Corporate colors
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A wide range
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A medal or award conferred as an honour
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Plural for the spectral composition of visible light, or a subset thereof
“Her skin was the color of the nimbus clouds on a calm summer afternoon.”
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Plural for a substance used to give something a particular color
“This brand is a widely used hair color and is also one of the best conditioners too.”
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Plural for pigmentation of the skin, especially as an indication of someone's race
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“Filled with wonder and intrigue, he began studying the history of his color.”
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Plural for rosiness or redness of the face as an indication of health or an emotion
“She held his gaze, despite the color that was flooding her cheeks.”
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Plural for features that lend a particularly interesting quality to something
“The right background music will add some much-needed color to your short film.”
Noun
(under color of) Plural for a semblance or pretext
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“The court held that the commander was acting under color of the law when he committed these atrocities.”
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(colors) Plural for the attributes that define one's nature, character or personality
“And I see your true colors shining through.”
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(colors) Plural for a special design used as an emblem or for signaling, usually printed on some fabric or material
“The country's colors were flown at the top of the highest mast on the ship.”
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(colors) Plural for a worn item in the distinctive colors of a particular school
“The team ran onto the ground in the distinctive colors of their school.”
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Plural for the pervading tone or mood of a place, situation, or creative work
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Plural for sophisticated style
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Plural for joking, humorous remarks or behaviour
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Plural for the quality of seeming reasonable or probable
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Plural for a purplish-red pigment, made from dye obtained from the cochineal beetle
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Plural for in humans a brown or darkened coloration of the skin caused by exposure to ultraviolet light
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Colour televisions
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Plural for the hue or appearance of the skin and especially of the face
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Plural for the character of something
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Plural for the property of seeming true, of resembling reality
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Plural for a temporary state of mind or feeling
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Plural for dark magenta
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Plural for an attitude towards a particular matter
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Plural for the process or art of decorating something
Verb
To give color to
“We could color the walls red to give the room an emotive ambiance.”
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To affect without completely changing
“Fake news could potentially color your perception of the world.”
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To misrepresent by distortion or exaggeration
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“Witnesses may be inclined to color their testimony so as to make their story saleable.”
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To become red in the face, especially when embarrassed or annoyed
“Riley began to color slightly at the attention she was receiving.”
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To change or lose color
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To darken or color with lines or a block of color
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To give off light, including in the invisible electromagnetic radiation frequencies, or become luminescent
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To exaggerate, use hyperbole
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To give color or a different color to
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Supercharges or charges
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To make more attractive by adding something that is beautiful or becoming
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Gradually spread through or over
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To write something using a pencil
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To make more pleasant to the taste by adding something intensely flavored
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To cause to have or give off heat to a moderate degree
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To make unclear or difficult to understand
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