coloring

[ kuhl-er-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF coloring

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLORING

"I thought I would come and tell you," said Halbert, coloring a little.

"And have left her no other resource," said Harry, coloring still more.

The purpose of coloring it has not been disclosed by the manufacturers.

There were rather glaring errors in it of draughtsmanship and coloring.

"Then you have been told very falsely," said Leonard, coloring.

As she had said, it was her coloring that was extraordinary.

As picture teaches the coloring, so sculpture the anatomy of form.

This color is used for coloring soups, sauces and sometimes jellies.

His figure, his features, his coloring were all good, yet they were in no way remarkable.

The girl was beautiful; eyes, hair, teeth, coloring—all enticed him as man.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COLORING

tinge

nouncolor
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