varicolored[ vair-i-kuhl-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF varicolored
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VARICOLORED
The surface of the river was sprinkled with sail-boats and varicolored canoes.
Many of them were large and varicolored, and left behind them a long train of fire.
Their chief beauty is the deep, warm, varicolored stain with which time and the weather have enriched the plaster.
Varicolored ribbons ran round the walls after the manner of bunting and fell in festoons from the beamed ceiling.
His sister at his side offered “the gentlemen” a fine assortment of bows, with varicolored bow-strings.
Johannes stood gazing, half-blinded, in the glare of hundreds of varicolored lights, of mirrors and flowers.
The show made money, and the inventor, a perfect Jack-of-all-trades, added another feather to his varicolored cap.
A herd of varicolored cows and steers were foraging listlessly or switching tails in what remained of the oat field.
Weird formations of varicolored rocks had formed desolate little wildernesses all by themselves.
There were explosions, fireballs in the air and rising cumulus clouds of varicolored smoke and dust.