Synonyms for parti-colored
Antonyms for parti-colored
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PARTI-COLORED
She wears a knitted shawl and a parti-colored kerchief on her head.
Beside him came a dwarf, dressed in parti-colored brown and gold.
His system was not one of detached ideas or of parti-colored design.
He might have been a parti-colored pebble embedded in its matrix of sand.
The shells of these eggs are pear-shaped, parti-colored, and very thick.
His brain is a mere rag-bag, shreddy, confused, parti-colored.
Once for all, he has no pleasure in dreams, in parti-colored clouds and nothingnesses.
Behind the bowmen strode two trumpeters blowing upon nakirs, and two drummers in parti-colored clothes.
The afternoon will be spent in clambering over the parti-colored terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs.
They were gone—the slim, white-robed girl and her partner had vanished among the parti-colored couples who paraded the room.
1530s, from party "divided," from French parti, past participle of partir "to divide" (see part (v.)). The noun parti itself occurs in the sense "parti-colored" from late 14c.