colors

[ kuhl-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF colors

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLORS

She will agree that I know when colors are right and a thing is artistic.

His technique was faulty, his colors daring, perhaps—but his triumph was for that the greater.

It is the mind after all that really sees, shapes, and colors all things.

The elves, and nixies and sprites, of all colors and many forms were on hand.

The colors of things began to appear, out of the gray of night.

What colors of the prism are shown most in sunset or sunrise?

Speaking of colors, a friend has a cat that is devoted to blue.

“Red garments,” colors, here all have an allegorical meaning.

The land was seamed and scarred, the colors of the foliage somber.

No one but an artist should attempt to describe an Aster's colors.

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