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color scheme

noun as in color coordination

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Instead of choosing a unique design or color scheme and including robust job descriptions, focus on making it as simple and straightforward as possible, says Ian Siegel, cofounder and CEO of ZipRecruiter.

Besides the USB port type, the two microphones differ only by the lighting and color scheme.

I've spent the last day maliciously trying to break it, and Android 12 reliably turns in beautiful color schemes without any contrast issues.

We labeled the 2019 period as “family surge,” for reasons made obvious by our color scheme.

The new concept would have a more muted color scheme and focus on shots of the product itself rather than on models.

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The cap, like Lochte's sneakers, sport a green, yellow, and black color scheme.

The color scheme remained neutral and muted, mainly black and white with hints of pink or maroon popping out occassionally.

The poster took off online, and Moss did eight more with the same color scheme.

She was always camera-ready, matching her clothing to the color scheme of sites where she would be photographed.

The floor should usually enter into the color scheme as the low note in the scale.

Those wonderful purple ones with a sprinkling of the yellow—no, yellow would spoil the color scheme of the basket.

Even though it is not desired to use the salad to carry out a color scheme, it should always be made an attractive dish.

They may be plain or fancy and are generally used to carry out a color scheme or a decorative idea.

Original ideas and designs may thus be worked out in an attractive way to match a color scheme or carry out a decorative idea.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to color scheme, such as: color arrangement, coloration, color compatibility, color design, color pattern, and decorator colors.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.