colored[ kuhl-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF colored
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLORED
I supposed this to be a custom with the colored population of Turkey, and passed on.
Is it correct to speak of the waters of the Black Sea as the colored element?
She colored, and, still looking at the picture, felt her way suddenly open.
She colored slightly, and opened and shut her fan in a nervous way.
"Robert Purvis, of this city, a colored man," was the answer.
Hetty colored, and saying gently, "No matter; nothing now," turned away.
Or is he recognized as colored only in respect to his peculiar wearin' of the grin?
They led me to a spot before which hung a curtain of delicate, colored skin.
Then he colored a little, for the words seemed foolish to his ears.
The male and female chromatin are colored red and blue respectively.