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more colorful

adjective as in full of life, interesting

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Example Sentences

The villains are a bit more colorful, but the world is very real, and no one has any superpowers in this world.

As I kept making different sketches, I thought it might be more colorful if these traps were lit up for the holidays.

Pippa Middleton changed out of her white Alexander McQueen gown in favor of more colorful attire for the evening.

Still, in the pantheon of stereotypes, culprits are more colorful.

It was better and more colorful than anything Abel Tarkman stocked.

He finds himself in more varied and interesting situations, and may become a more colorful, a bigger person than his wife.

In his presence the whole world used to look different to me, more colorful, more hopeful, more gay.

Someday when I have more time, I will make it a little bit more colorful.

It glinted in changing, ever-more-colorful flashes upon the cloaks made of butterfly wings.


On this page you'll find 88 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to colorful, such as: bright, flashy, gaudy, hued, multicolored, and rich.

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