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Pronunciation:

[k_ˈʌ_l_ə], [kˈʌlə], [kˈʌlə]
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Synonyms for Colour:

colour (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Colour:

  • colol,
  • couslor,
  • conour,
  • nuculor,
  • calue,
  • kajour,
  • coouth,
  • scholor,
  • colpor,
  • cooer,
  • clour,
  • couriour,
  • coclor,
  • haircolour,
  • culor,
  • coligue,
  • colom,
  • colar,
  • coolor,
  • couselor,
  • colora,
  • calibour,
  • ccolor,
  • talour,
  • couior,
  • cclear,
  • coller,
  • coolr,
  • coloer,
  • colous,
  • colur,
  • collor,
  • galoure,
  • colorny,
  • coloure,
  • colout,
  • coolar,
  • tocolor,
  • coultuer,
  • yolur,
  • coular,
  • coloir,
  • gloor,
  • columar,
  • coluum,
  • colord,
  • colour'd,
  • cutour,
  • soloar,
  • qalthough,
  • colordo,
  • colour,
  • coourt,
  • cologue,
  • cvolor,
  • cocur,
  • allour,
  • colouer,
  • coulome,
  • coloardo,
  • colours,
  • callor,
  • rolor,
  • clolour,
  • coluor,
  • scholoar,
  • colloar,
  • coloe,
  • coulr,
  • licour,
  • coulour,
  • coloar,
  • colloer,
  • cooloer,
  • collum,
  • colourd,
  • coour,
  • corriour,
  • colfer,
  • haircolor,
  • galour,
  • coulor,
  • coutour,
  • collom,
  • cfoollw,
  • coloma,
  • thecolor,
  • collouge,
  • coloy,
  • callyour,
  • coloial,
  • cloub,
  • colordao,
  • colum,
  • cloun,
  • coloser,
  • caologue,
  • collow,
  • coulours,
  • colugue,
  • corlo,
  • clours,
  • cooool,
  • colure,
  • collr,
  • cloor,
  • clouy,
  • coloerd,
  • colou,
  • colro,
  • peculiur,
  • colurs,
  • gloooo,
  • cklear,
  • clooar,
  • cultur,
  • scolor,
  • jolouse,
  • coloum,
  • columm,
  • dicolor,
  • colomb,
  • coooler,
  • clooud,
  • culure,
  • coler,
  • cloup,
  • closour,
  • couler,
  • kolher,
  • calohi,
  • colgue,
  • calor,
  • calabur,
  • covor,
  • coleque,
  • colobia,
  • cloer,
  • clolor,
  • colore,
  • corlor,
  • colun,
  • coluam,
  • coucelor,
  • poloar,
  • closur,
  • coucilor,
  • coolum,
  • cultuor,
  • coluors,
  • cousoler,
  • cloure,
  • couselour,
  • colurt,
  • corsaour,
  • coulum,
  • collours,
  • collume,
  • colorao,
  • coriour,
  • collour,
  • cloulour,
  • colegue,
  • coulur,
  • couslour,
  • coough,
  • couclir,
  • fllour,
  • colorr,
  • recolour,
  • ylour,
  • colorie,
  • kooler,
  • alour,
  • closiur,
  • colllar,
  • colloque,
  • cholor,
  • co0lor,
  • coelho,
  • olour,
  • colorfu,
  • colour's,
  • cloum,
  • coultur,
  • gilmour,
  • golory,
  • solour,
  • kollur,
  • koler.

Quotes for Colour:

  1. I use a wide selection of colours. It is impossible to produce work like mine using only the primary colours as they only mix a certain range of colour John Dyer.
  2. Blue is the male principle, stern and spiritual. Yellow the female principle, gentle, cheerful and sensual. Red is matter, brutal and heavy and always the colour which must be fought and vanquished by the other two. Franz Marc.
  3. There is something magical in seeing what you can do, what texture and tone and colour you can produce merely with a pen point and a bottle of ink. Ida Rentoul Outhwaite.

Idioms of Colour:

  1. the trooping of the colour
  2. a riot of colour
  3. see the colour of sb's money;

Adjectives for Colour:

  • local,
  • aslightly odd,
  • tanned, purple,
  • unusual rusty,
  • intense delicate,
  • disagreeable gray,
  • overall orange,
  • demure church-going,
  • unusable orange,
  • clean amber,
  • rich, vague,
  • strikingly asymmetrical,
  • rich red-tile,
  • waxy, yellowish,
  • sunburnt cherry,
  • glorious, vibrant,
  • pale restful,
  • catlike golden,
  • cold striking,
  • unnatural bright,
  • nondescript tawny,
  • fantastically garish,
  • hagial,
  • darker natural,
  • acceptable brown,
  • distinctly tan,
  • revolting green,
  • unique primary,
  • dismal, whitish,
  • bleak charcoal,
  • vivid, sacred,
  • attractive orange,
  • increasingly omnipresent,
  • vibrant, unreal,
  • heavier, grey,
  • greenish and coppery,
  • richest positive,
  • dark-brown or hazel,
  • red or very dark,
  • plainest green,
  • dim and deep,
  • palest nondescript,
  • whitish or brown,
  • pallid earthy,
  • vivid delicate,
  • grey or almost black,
  • historical and foreign,
  • leaden, ominous,
  • darker, blacker,
  • tawny or orange,
  • plain brownish,
  • brownish or umber,
  • wholesome tan,
  • almost kindred,
  • necessary and widely applicable,
  • pale and clean,
  • darker, stronger,
  • blue lilac,
  • dirty, livid,
  • usually white or brown,
  • crudely brilliant,
  • indescribably dark-blue,
  • deep and indescribably dark-blue,
  • apparent yellow,
  • yellowish milky,
  • general brighter,
  • white or coral,
  • disagreeable brown,
  • generally tawny,
  • superideal,
  • predominant brown,
  • blue or brownish,
  • same, brownish,
  • powerfully luminous,
  • purple or even livid,
  • fundamental red,
  • indescribably rich and full,
  • inveterate black,
  • deep grass-green,
  • red, brownish,
  • bluish and green,
  • curious crimson,
  • yellow regimental,
  • duller white,
  • dusky high,
  • curious hazel,
  • grim reddish,
  • normal purple,
  • high, rosy,
  • ugly rusty,
  • brown, bloody,
  • startlingly complex,
  • bluish leaden,
  • fresh, high,
  • magnificent spectral,
  • intensive blue,
  • cold, coppery,
  • strange waxy,
  • well-known reddish,
  • reddish or blue,
  • reddish or dark,
  • similar ominous,
  • bright and positive,
  • brownish, ashen,
  • indescribably strange,
  • yellowish, white,
  • fresh, transparent,
  • opulent and sonorous,
  • olive black,
  • drab, dismal,
  • unfortunately red,
  • vivid metallic,
  • luminous, transparent,
  • fine and enchanting,
  • colder and stiffer,
  • suave and poetic,
  • harmonic and instrumental,
  • peculiar, livid,
  • striking important,
  • effective and natural,
  • strange dusty,
  • pleasant reddish,
  • odd dirty,
  • natural or obvious,
  • special or local,
  • variegated grey,
  • purest orange,
  • dramatic and sentimental,
  • violent, modern,
  • tawny olive,
  • vivid romantic,
  • merry rosy,
  • faintly agreeable,
  • reckless and unscientific,
  • perfectly yellow,
  • natural unstained,
  • white or vivid,
  • undecided blue,
  • chief ancestral,
  • peculiar yellow-brown,
  • richer brown,
  • venomous orange,
  • clearest and deepest,
  • vivid, variegated,
  • material and second-rate,
  • clear olive-green,
  • impure yellow,
  • permanent cold,
  • fine neutral,
  • clean, vivid,
  • healthy tan,
  • warm sienna,
  • wonderful greenish,
  • peculiar mauve,
  • hot proud,
  • remarkably clear and bright,
  • dry khaki,
  • exquisite light-blue,
  • less scarlet,
  • horrid pale,
  • again orange,
  • peculiarly silvery,
  • external white,
  • permanent liquid,
  • utterly harsh and horrible,
  • utterly harsh,
  • hearty brave,
  • white, yellow or brown,
  • fiery and untamed,
  • faint rose-pink,
  • definite pink,
  • delightful silvery,
  • hot imperious,
  • enough descriptive,
  • dusky livid,
  • outward fair,
  • way local,
  • radiant wonderful,
  • free and humorous,
  • bleary, grey,
  • homogeneous brown,
  • deep and moist,
  • gay, delicate,
  • auburn or reddish,
  • lovely maroon,
  • approximately white,
  • strikingly yellow,
  • vivid auburn,
  • dark local,
  • sensitive soft,
  • average green,
  • bright dark-blue,
  • red, brown or yellow,
  • nice patriotic,
  • queer blank,
  • rosy healthy,
  • livid dark,
  • warmer and deeper,
  • reddish flaxen,
  • purply red,
  • brown or russet,
  • sweet, pallid,
  • pale remote,
  • deep red-brick,
  • natural brownish,
  • dusky neutral,
  • true pink,
  • almost lilac,
  • brown or almost black,
  • frail fugitive,
  • lively beautiful,
  • yellow or auburn,
  • bluish cold,
  • natural and delicious,
  • obscure grey,
  • dark indefinite,
  • dreadful bluish,
  • warmly golden,
  • strong or glaring,
  • delicate yellowish,
  • fine vermilion,
  • green silvery,
  • tan or other,
  • especially atmospheric,
  • somewhat brassy,
  • lurid fiery,
  • white, yellow or red,
  • quite southern,
  • typical tan,
  • rather flaxen,
  • bluish livid,
  • normal crimson,
  • yellow, bilious,
  • luminous and translucent,
  • healthy ruddy,
  • warm girlish,
  • undefined dark,
  • delicate and loveliest,
  • dark vigorous,
  • privy, thy,
  • beautiful citron,
  • astonishing golden,
  • nameless and abominable,
  • sadder and darker,
  • rather amber,
  • warm khaki,
  • often hot,
  • luscious, tropical,
  • simple and unaided,
  • tonal and harmonic,
  • brown, natural,
  • distinct and definable,
  • curious milky,
  • faintest social,
  • usually muddy,
  • bright local,
  • dull, purple,
  • deep and distinct,
  • hot, vivid,
  • far local,
  • fine magenta,
  • pink or reddish,
  • regal or imperial,
  • deep sensitive,
  • somewhat unlucky,
  • dirty, greenish,
  • brighter and richer,
  • crisp and delicate,
  • narrow-minded racial,
  • blue glossy,
  • high vivid,
  • rich, dull,
  • tawny white,
  • singular red,
  • pure and lustrous,
  • lovely local,
  • serious and tragical,
  • pale hazel,
  • exact actual,
  • rather tawny,
  • purple or reddish,
  • cold livid,
  • grey and lifeless,
  • fine indignant,
  • clear florid,
  • dusky blond,
  • foreign and exotic,
  • unlovely red,
  • almost scarlet,
  • pure pink,
  • scant natural,
  • brighter purple,
  • smoky bluish,
  • perfect rich,
  • pale or yellowish,
  • local and chronological,
  • reddish or yellow,
  • opaque greenish,
  • high and sanguine,
  • local and military,
  • intense blue-black,
  • whitish pink,
  • tawny, golden,
  • real tan,
  • general whitish,
  • sandy or reddish,
  • red auburn,
  • fine lilac,
  • yellowish muddy,
  • vermilion and orange,
  • almost leaden,
  • hard and dazzling,
  • deeper reddish,
  • unhealthy red,
  • fresh, pale,
  • univsersal,
  • unpleasant greasy,
  • venomous crimson,
  • natural, off-white,
  • more but solid,
  • shiny olive,
  • clammy, painful,
  • indeterminate drab,
  • indeterminate, opaque,
  • same unidentifiable,
  • more, natural and delicate,
  • dusky leaden,
  • greener and deader,
  • black and cherry,
  • sanguine, red,
  • blended and harmonious,
  • bluish or mauve,
  • leaden and cadaverous,
  • soft, impressionistic,
  • extremely bright and luminous,
  • vile & cruel,
  • fair vermeil,
  • material, local,
  • everywhere delicate,
  • fluorescent amber,
  • glaring gaudy,
  • equal brown,
  • red or amber,
  • rosy, pure,
  • radiant or sparkling,
  • brilliant ruddy,
  • delicate whole,
  • are general,
  • same coal-black,
  • purple or other,
  • coloured russet,
  • characteristic potential,
  • warm, wine-dark,
  • tawny or olive,
  • positive warm,
  • sweet, uncommon,
  • pure light-blue,
  • naturally uncertain,
  • often hot and muddy,
  • perplexed, delicious,
  • vivid gorgeous,
  • unpleasant waxy,
  • average final,
  • disagreeable red,
  • fancy, splendid,
  • prominent oriental,
  • dark, warm and cold,
  • notable and enjoyable,
  • faint and innocent,
  • specially nationalist,
  • gorgeous, riotous,
  • vivid adventitious,
  • same compound,
  • somewhat crimson,
  • brown gilded,
  • brownish sandy,
  • rich grass-green,
  • beautifully artistic,
  • deeper, painful,
  • impossible crimson,
  • common but unnamed,
  • glaring and noisy,
  • dark-skinned local,
  • high and shiny,
  • fine or fair,
  • uncertain sandy,
  • dull, dark-blue,
  • wonderful and contradictory,
  • telltale, significant,
  • impure green,
  • murky leaden,
  • slightly whitish,
  • deeper rusty,
  • brown or sooty,
  • dark-brown or rather black,
  • feverishly vivid,
  • vivid and richer,
  • rich gaudy,
  • deadly livid,
  • old-time local,
  • enchanting original,
  • particular or fancy,
  • original splendid,
  • sober virginal,
  • actually harsh and unpleasant,
  • actually harsh,
  • startling vermilion,
  • monochromatic orange,
  • muddy or yellow,
  • usually muddy or yellow,
  • local and sometimes harsh,
  • fresh grass-green,
  • quite pale and delicate,
  • dull undecided,
  • strong and even bright,
  • juicy, fat,
  • fresh pea-green,
  • cheerful purple,
  • blacker green,
  • glossy vermilion,
  • transparent, pea-green,
  • lurid, creamy,
  • unpopular aristocratic,
  • yellow or drab,
  • sandy or tawny,
  • pale, rose-pink,
  • pure rose-petal,
  • yellow earthy,
  • glorious, impossible,
  • powerful vivid,
  • central or medial,
  • orange or auburn,
  • original dark-brown,
  • haunting, harmonious,
  • sometimes gorgeous,
  • exact peculiar,
  • dark-brown bluish,
  • darker greenish,
  • unhealthy whitish,
  • greenish ashen,
  • extra pink,
  • warm, sombre,
  • motley whitish,
  • rich but transparent,
  • true auburn,
  • stable and magnificent,
  • exquisite and nameless,
  • regal symbolic,
  • brilliant healthy,
  • innocent and gorgeous,
  • gorgeous mauve,
  • temperate local,
  • vivid, certain,
  • pink or other,
  • pleasant magenta,
  • false or unnatural,
  • rebellious, telltale,
  • agreeable yellow,
  • sometimes orange,
  • pale and simple,
  • grave, negative,
  • usually white or dull,
  • hot, proud,
  • topical and local,
  • enough topical and local,
  • enough topical,
  • brown, bluish or greenish,
  • black and coral,
  • rose-pink or red,
  • slow, dusky,
  • ashen brown,
  • dim, rusty,
  • rich preparatory,
  • black and bluish,
  • luminous, clean,
  • blue and brownish,
  • greenish leaden,
  • sickely pale,
  • delicious, ever-changing,
  • cheaper but duller,
  • distressingly business-like,
  • sonorous, sparkling,
  • sweetly sugary,
  • generally red or purple,
  • rich, limpid,
  • uninterrupted dark-brown,
  • full powerful,
  • usually white or yellowish,
  • brilliant changeable,
  • still soft and charming,
  • gilt and old,
  • cold snow-white,
  • bright or distinct,
  • good dark-green,
  • potent vocal,
  • intermediate pink,
  • yellow or tan,
  • lax, yellow or tan,
  • nearly russet,
  • strong iranian,
  • impossible and rich,
  • weak and dark,
  • imperfect and dirty,
  • faint anonymous,
  • manifestly blue,
  • ruddy opalescent,
  • often wrong and poisonous,
  • bronzed, black,
  • green general,
  • brownish or olive-green,
  • dull and dark-brown,
  • magically blended,
  • changeable misty,
  • brilliant, painful,
  • clear or azure,
  • monotonous and mannered,
  • usually dark-green or brown,
  • usually dark-green,
  • lavender or almost black,
  • gorgeous and sparkling,
  • charmingly soft,
  • voluminous and unequally good,
  • striped or tabby,
  • generally pale-blue or green,
  • generally pale-blue,
  • wan frigid,
  • pure conspicuous,
  • common, fragile,
  • transparent scarlet,
  • fair and fervent,
  • otherwise fresher,
  • brownish general,
  • rich or darker,
  • broad harmonious,
  • fuller blue,
  • raw magenta,
  • duller and totally different,
  • fiercest orange,
  • livid, muddy,
  • orange or amber,
  • flat heraldic,
  • motley sandy,
  • different brown,
  • uniformly brownish,
  • bright and even sparkling,
  • null white,
  • dim or dark,
  • fierce reddish,
  • red and then ashen,
  • perceptible teutonic,
  • invisible, nondescript,
  • light-blue and orange,
  • orthodox drab,
  • dullish magenta,
  • thick and inimitable,
  • flaming or bright-red,
  • brilliant and translucent,
  • pure, brilliant and translucent,
  • rare and popular,
  • grey and livid,
  • strangely grey and livid,
  • strangely grey,
  • reddish livid,
  • flaming high,
  • succulent, flaming,
  • remarkably rich and full,
  • suitable similar,
  • little undiluted,
  • strong principal,
  • black, tan or other,
  • dark grass-green,
  • native iranian,
  • striking and then unusual,
  • feverish local,
  • similar tawny,
  • adventitious green,
  • local or essential,
  • glaring opaque,
  • pleasing blue-black,
  • kilt local,
  • national or poetic,
  • advantageous yellow,
  • dull waxen,
  • black or colder,
  • perceptibly darker,
  • exquisite and restful,
  • rich and very oriental,
  • delicate oat-meal,
  • bad or uneven,
  • wretched brown-black,
  • full-bodied and comparatively brilliant,
  • green or natural,
  • prevailingly past,
  • pale or livid,
  • bluish, pale or livid,
  • brownish, khaki,
  • typical whitish,
  • herbaceous white,
  • pale pot-metal,
  • often pure and brilliant,
  • least, pot-metal,
  • rich, luminous and translucent,
  • thin pot-metal,
  • less jewelled,
  • singularly pure and delicate,
  • purple pot-metal,
  • brilliantly brown-black,
  • violently romantic,
  • fugitive uncertain,
  • three-fourths, tan,
  • strong blue-green,
  • brownish iridescent,
  • intense vivid,
  • fundamentally cold,
  • disturbing dark-blue,
  • suspiciously transparent,
  • fancy and ideal,
  • tawny yellow-brown,
  • grey rusty,
  • indefinably charming,
  • remotely natural,
  • indescribable lurid,
  • chiefly maroon,
  • bright splendid,
  • handsome and harmless,
  • swarthy reddish,
  • greasy and almost imperceptible,
  • maximum blue,
  • indeterminate earthy,
  • livid brown,
  • deep buttery,
  • peculiarly livid,
  • dark, indeterminate,
  • alarming purple,
  • yellowish golden,
  • super reddish,
  • execrably vivid,
  • awful reddish,
  • same bright-green,
  • ideologcal,
  • special ideologcal,
  • weirdest green,
  • garish, barbaric,
  • rich, swift,
  • pale or pearly grey,
  • nondescript neutral,
  • bluish or black,
  • poetical and sublime,
  • clear, restful,
  • nice brownish,
  • sinhalese local,
  • rich healthy,
  • bluish drab,
  • dark and almost black,
  • coppery or purple,
  • healthy sweet,
  • pale and magenta,
  • lively sienna,
  • dusky, black,
  • reddish maroon,
  • aboriginal grey,
  • beautiful, warm and strong,
  • emerald, green,
  • hazy or pale,
  • tawny brownish,
  • powerful and seemingly incongruous,
  • unavoidable intolerable,
  • decidedly sandy,
  • crimson or reddish,
  • dingy olive,
  • grey yellowish,
  • tenebrous and indefinite,
  • generally grey or leaden,
  • fine olive-green,
  • lively purple,
  • simplest complementary,
  • bright complementary,
  • somewhat dull and ruddy,
  • dullish purple,
  • persistent blue,
  • lively yellow or greenish,
  • joyous and dazzling,
  • highly opaque,
  • warm and highly opaque,
  • hot gorgeous,
  • unharmonious and uncongenial,
  • indescribably unharmonious,
  • indescribably unharmonious and uncongenial,
  • bright or intense,
  • present florid,
  • dubious yellow,
  • sorrel or reddish,
  • swarthy or tawny,
  • dense, quiet,
  • pallid ochre,
  • pure, sober,
  • crimson or bright-red,
  • florid healthy,
  • yellow or bad,
  • brown or olive-green,
  • rich amethystine,
  • extremely fugitive,
  • brownish or muddy,
  • rich florid,
  • sickly grey or black,
  • sallow unhealthy,
  • intensely brown or black,
  • sandy or golden,
  • blond, sandy or golden,
  • blue or silvery,
  • usually predominant,
  • demure cherry,
  • former pasty,
  • usual tabby,
  • mineral blue,
  • intensely rubicund,
  • soft and lucid,
  • deep drab,
  • native tan,
  • richest orange,
  • healthy, green,
  • loveliest azure,
  • blue or azure,
  • constant, dark,
  • pale, leaden,
  • hot and splendid,
  • florid arterial,
  • livid or darker,
  • yellow or yellow-brown,
  • blue or almost black,
  • sandy or spotty,
  • real, dark,
  • generally grey,
  • stern italian,
  • brown and drab,
  • variable, inexpressible,
  • frightful ashen,
  • fine grass-green,
  • hot, luscious,
  • russet red,
  • purple and yellowish,
  • bright, amber,
  • white or frosty,
  • golden, tawny,
  • ghastly ashen,
  • yellowish drab,
  • silvery dark,
  • high, fresh,
  • red or livid,
  • livid grey,
  • bright grass-green,
  • sandy or red,
  • gilded green,
  • same vermilion,
  • rich olive-green,
  • blue and livid,
  • whitish or grey,
  • yellowish olive,
  • yellow or tawny,
  • rich turquoise,
  • vivid coral,
  • brown reddish,
  • same complementary,
  • dull and ruddy,
  • remarkably blue,
  • dark or obscure,
  • richly harmonious,
  • warm, italian,
  • intensely brown,
  • sudden, deeper,
  • dull maroon,
  • orange scarlet,
  • reddish, yellow,
  • general blue,
  • gallant red,
  • dirty greenish,
  • black and silvery,
  • orange or reddish,
  • yellowish bright,
  • uncomfortable green,
  • slight yellowish,
  • pale, dirty,
  • rather appropriate,
  • dead, opaque,
  • faint hectic,
  • deeper brown,
  • distinct greenish,
  • deeper or lighter,
  • grey or dark,
  • deep leaden,
  • simple or primary,
  • bright verdant,
  • excellent blue,
  • eerie pale,
  • pure translucent,
  • deep yellowish,
  • powerful or dark,
  • decidedly lighter,
  • queer greenish,
  • delicate brunette,
  • soft brilliant,
  • powerful and pleasing,
  • healthy robust,
  • terrible grey,
  • distinctly green,
  • much various,
  • original grey,
  • lively pink,
  • dark livid,
  • brownish or black,
  • bluish red,
  • more livid,
  • deep cherry,
  • curious greenish,
  • deeper red,
  • yellow and reddish,
  • characteristic purple,
  • beautiful grass-green,
  • pleasing green,
  • rusted black,
  • fresh boyish,
  • ruddy yellow,
  • dark-brown or black,
  • accurate local,
  • fair and plausible,
  • hateful yellow,
  • sad green,
  • queer volcanic,
  • pale but magical,
  • eerie ochre,
  • dismal brown,
  • bright and even green,
  • disagreeable whitish,
  • rusty-meal,
  • unpleasant brownish,
  • predominant black,
  • dark variegated,
  • conceivable bright,
  • egyptian local,
  • opalescent and warm,
  • amiable oriental,
  • smoky or bloody,
  • dark, smoky or bloody,
  • yellowish or black,
  • local and auxiliary,
  • black or sad,
  • dusty indeterminate,
  • fiery or red,
  • native funereal,
  • disgusting leaden,
  • dusty leaden,
  • alternately darker and lighter,
  • alternately darker,
  • bad, dingy,
  • bright, creamy,
  • blonde, thy,
  • nice pale,
  • harsh reddish,
  • red fresh,
  • experiments special or local,
  • experiments special,
  • pure and variegated,
  • earthy or imperfect,
  • tawny grey,
  • yellowish and reddish,
  • rich pot-metal,
  • limpid amber,
  • strong opaque,
  • beautiful vermilion,
  • dirty olive,
  • dark dusky,
  • dirty lavender,
  • faint and dark,
  • nice and brown,
  • silvery red,
  • vivid, delicate,
  • faint and vibrant,
  • violent and even cruel,
  • dim, russet,
  • other ingrained,
  • livid and carrion,
  • softer green,
  • separate and abstract,
  • faint rationalistic,
  • thin sanguine,
  • deep or vivid,
  • suddenly ragged,
  • natural pale,
  • red or maroon,
  • portuguese local,
  • reddish and greenish,
  • pleasing red,
  • rich and intense,
  • red or tawny,
  • strange smoky,
  • dark or fair,
  • fiery and bloody,
  • speckled grey,
  • dark lilac,
  • earthy brown,
  • strange milky,
  • natural dark,
  • yellow red,
  • fresh ruddy,
  • deep tawny,
  • true real,
  • sickly grey,
  • curious purple,
  • naturally ruddy,
  • beautiful tawny,
  • purest blue,
  • terrible crimson,
  • dull earthy,
  • fine amber,
  • deep lavender,
  • yellow or greenish,
  • lighter, brighter,
  • drab or yellowish,
  • disappointing purple,
  • rich yellowish,
  • curious ashen,
  • less orange,
  • genuine golden,
  • peculiarly vivid and distinct,
  • high florid,
  • yellow or grey,
  • flat local,
  • brown or nearly black,
  • rich dark-brown,
  • vivid local,
  • green or reddish,
  • dark drab,
  • brown yellow,
  • monotonous brown,
  • withered grey,
  • bright sanguine,
  • agreeable red,
  • dirty, sooty,
  • lively yellow,
  • bluish brown,
  • dull, neutral,
  • white or reddish,
  • decidedly red,
  • dark tawny,
  • pale tawny,
  • ashen grey,
  • distinct blue,
  • healthy brown,
  • tawny red,
  • less negative,
  • dull whitish,
  • black or dark-brown,
  • dark leaden,
  • dingy grey,
  • necessary local,
  • filthy olive,
  • grey or leaden,
  • white muddy,
  • blue or turquoise,
  • white deceptive,
  • arterial, red,
  • excellent azure,
  • wretched russet,
  • rosial,
  • dull, languid,
  • extraordinarily dark,
  • nice golden,
  • dark bronzed,
  • livid white,
  • dark or black,
  • intense yellow,
  • red or reddish,
  • diverse solar,
  • dingy orange,
  • eighth distinct,
  • rich hazel,
  • orange or yellow,
  • brown or reddish,
  • horrible green,
  • bluish black,
  • dark and repulsive,
  • other determinate,
  • thy nighted,
  • perfect red,
  • original khaki,
  • peculiar grey,
  • faint ruddy,
  • lively green,
  • undistinguished yellow,
  • pearly grey,
  • neutral grey,
  • beautiful orange,
  • rich orange,
  • fine purple,
  • blue or crimson,
  • reddish yellow,
  • dusky brown,
  • pot-metal,
  • yellowish brown,
  • nice brown.
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