coloration[ kuhl-uh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF coloration
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLORATION
The coloration is generally in red, brown, yellow, and black.
The coloration is chestnut in summer, bluish gray in winter.
He named it flavescens, "yellowish," owing to its coloration.
The coloration is very brilliant and varies in different localities.
The remaining peculiarities of coloration are shown in the figure.
Outdoor specimens are often more yellow-brown in coloration.
The accuracy of form and coloration in this Icones is exceptional.
The young are similar in coloration to the adults, but the hair is not elongated.
The coloration is brighterreddish-brown spots on a white surface.
The most remarkable feature of the coloration of weasels is the winter whitening.
1620s, from French coloration (16c.), from Late Latin colorationem (nominative coloratio) "act or fact of coloring," noun of action from past participle stem of Latin colorare "to color, to get tanned," from color (see color (n.)).