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colonel in the U.S. Army, Air Force, and Marines, a rank above lieutenant colonel and below brigadier general.
colonial of or pertaining to a colony or colonies. [5 definitions]
colonialism the policy or practices of a nation extending or maintaining control over previously independent territories.
colonic of, pertaining to, or affecting the colon. [2 definitions]
colonist an inhabitant or member of a colony. [2 definitions]
colonization the act or process of forming colonies.
colonize to establish or form a colony on; settle. [3 definitions]
colonnade in architecture, a series of evenly spaced columns supporting an entablature or roof.
colonoscopy examination of the colon with a flexible, fiber-optic instrument inserted into the rectum.
colony a territory governed by a distant country, often occupied by numbers of citizens of that country. [2 definitions]
colony collapse disorder an event in which all or most of the worker bees of a hive disappear, leaving in the hive the queen,the immature bees, some adult bees to care for the immature bees, and the honey.
colophon a publisher's emblem or trademark, which appears usu. on the title page of a book.
color the visible aspect of an object, other than form or size, that depends on the hue, chroma, or brightness of light that it reflects or emits. [11 definitions]
colorable able to be colored. [2 definitions]
Colorado a western U.S. state bordered by Wyoming, Kansas, New Mexico, and Utah. (abbr.: CO) [2 definitions]
colorado of cigars, medium in strength and color.
Colorado beetle a black and yellow beetle that eats potatoes and other plants.
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.