Synonyms for discolored

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCOLORED

All their clothing was wet and they were discolored with mud.

Conspurcatus: confusedly sprinkled with discolored or dark spots.

Ring: a circle or annulus, usually margining a discolored spot.

The flesh was swollen and discolored from the attentions of Boris Bothwell.

The hair above its feet was red, discolored with the stain of iron-bearing clay.

His eyes sparkled and a roguish smile played on his discolored lips.

Long enough, though, for its surface to have become weather-grayed and discolored.

In the same mouth some fillings will be discolored, while others are not.

While he was yet a lad I beat him till he was discolored by bruises.

These sheets were very old, and were torn as well as discolored.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French descolorer, from des- (see dis-) + colorer "to color," from Latin colorare (see coloration). Related: Discolored; discoloring.

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