Antonyms for multi-colored

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He was clad in what seemed like a sort of cataract of multi-colored rags.

Hundreds of multi-colored lights on the map indicated industrial, municipal, domestic and agricultural water use facilities.

Brazen against the blackness the yellow-orange of fire was rising, great spurts of multi-colored flames licking at the horizon.

We traveled for only a couple of hours when we saw a multi-colored rocket in the sky, some ten miles ahead of us.

The multi-colored lights of myriad street-cars flash over bridges and up the steep streets of the hill-built metropolis.

Hal threaded a swift way through the moving, chattering, multi-colored crowd, with an alert eye for the manner of man he wanted.

On the surface, above, their trail would be clear on the multi-colored surface rusts.

Multi-colored birds from distant lands sat in the trees, and in a cage sat an old raven that chattered incessantly.

Egyptian wall paintings show richly developed forms and figures adorned with multi-colored fabrics.

The color of hers was completely masked by a bizarrely spectacular overlay of designs done in semi-indelible, multi-colored dyes.