discolor[ dis-kuhl-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF discolor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOLOR
Discolor was formerly in use; but the other has been generally adopted.
The right eye showed a bruise that had already begun to discolor.
Should superstition be allowed to discolor the powerful waters or my activities?'
Care is taken not to dip the feet or head in the water as this might discolor these parts.
I have let it discolor my married life and all the sunshine.
A knife blade that is not bright and clean will discolor the product on which it is used.
They should have no decayed places that might taint or discolor the soups, and they should be as crisp and solid as possible.
As actual decomposition sets in, the skin begins to discolor.
When cauliflower is cooked for salad, care must be taken not to cook it so long as to discolor it or cause it to fall to pieces.
When cake dough is stirred in an aluminum dish, the sides usually become darkened and are liable to discolor the mixture.