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colorant something that changes the color of something else, esp. a pigment or dye.
coloration arrangement or appearance of color; coloring. [2 definitions]
coloratura flourishes, such as runs or trills, in vocal music. [4 definitions]
color bar segregation or discrimination based on race or skin color, usu. as practiced by whites against nonwhites; color line.
color barrier unspoken social code of racial segregation or discrimination, esp. in sports, education, public service, and the like.
color-blind partly or totally unable to distinguish a color or colors. [2 definitions]
colorcast to televise in color. [2 definitions]
color-code to organize, classify, or designate according to color.
colorectal of, pertaining to, or affecting the colon and rectum.
colored having color. [3 definitions]
colorfast having color that will not fade even with exposure to sun or multiple washings.
colorful having many colors; brilliant in color. [2 definitions]
color guard those who carry and escort a country's flag or several colored flags in a parade or ceremony.
coloring the process or method of imparting color. [4 definitions]
coloring book a paperbound book, usu. for children, containing pictures printed in outline that are to be colored in with crayon, watercolors, or the like.
colorist a painter whose employment of color is a principal means of artistic communication. [2 definitions]
colorization the process by which color is added to motion picture images that were originally filmed in black and white.
colorless lacking in color. [3 definitions]
color line any institutionalized separation of races that is based on skin color and that results in social and economic discrimination and oppression; color bar.
color phase one of two or more specific colorings, determined by age or season, that are assumed by certain animals. [2 definitions]
colossal extremely large in size, magnitude, or effect; enormous; gigantic; huge.