colorful

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLORFUL

A colorful romance of the pioneer West before the Civil War.

It was faded, now, but it had once been bright and colorful.

Mr. Ziegfeld never produced so fantastic and colorful a spectacle.

She had never, it seemed to her, seen so pure yet colorful a sky.

Here we find the woman decorating herself in the colorful garb.

Such is the strange, magnificent and colorful structure of the land.

He thinks in metaphors and pictures, vivid, fantastic, and colorful.

The hillside above the cut was colorful and spotted with moving objects.

The costumes are colorful and elaborate, and testify to the embroidering skill of the girls.

They had never seen it, and his colorful narrative fascinated.

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