Thesaurus / particolored
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Two endless streams of people moved, particolored, in opposite directions along the narrow street.
On the occasion of certain festivals, the Indian women wear a particolored dress, called a faldillin.
The large dining room—a stall, manger, as a friend of mine called it—is filled with small tables covered with particolored cloths.
THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICAWILLIAM HOWARD RUSSELL
Each medicine was in an attractive little particolored woolen bag.
INCA LANDHIRAM BINGHAM
Particolored: partly of one, partly of another color: divided into two or more color fields.
EXPLANATION OF TERMS USED IN ENTOMOLOGYJOHN. B. SMITH
"I'll give it honestly," was all Rose had time to say before Charlie swept her away into the particolored cloud before them.
ROSE IN BLOOMLOUISA MAY ALCOTT
He was dressed in a dark cerise tunic with particolored hose and forest-green boots with pointed toes.
THE SARACEN: LAND OF THE INFIDELROBERT SHEA
The floor of the hall was of hard earth or of clay, perhaps particolored, and forming patterns of rude mosaic.
WOMEN OF ENGLAND, VOLUME 9 (OF 10)BURLEIGH JAMES BARTLETT
He took me inside, where my fine clothes were taken away, and I. was dressed in the usual particolored prison uniform.
SEVEN WIVES AND SEVEN PRISONSL.A. ABBOTT
WORDS RELATED TO PARTICOLORED
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