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col·ors

chromatophobia, chromophobia.
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I was helping Emma Jane choose aprons, and didn't think you'd mind which color I had.
Each man, also, of the King's archers should shoot three arrows at the target bearing the colors of his band, until the best bowman in each band should be chosen.
The child saw that each one wore the colors of the flower that was its home.
The eyes of his auditors involuntarily met; and, if the color that gathered over the face of Elizabeth was contradicted by the cold expression of her eye, the ambiguous smile that again played about the lips of the stranger seemed equally to deny the probability of his consenting to form one of this family group.
Amelie's action caused a murmur of surprise, which did not prevent her from accomplishing the change by rolling hastily to the side of the easel the stool, the box of colors, and even the picture by Prudhon, which the absent pupil was copying.
The walls of the ditch were brilliant with yellow banks of sulphur and with lava and pumice-stone of many colors.
crazy-quilt,' because the patches and colors are so mixed up.
In appearance, except as to size and color, they were not unlike the whale of our own seas.
Once through the opening they found a fine, big city spread out before them, all the houses of carved marble in beautiful colors.
Hence the harshness of contrasts, which only admit of two colors, black and white.
All our Concord waters have two colors at least; one when viewed at a distance, and another, more proper, close at hand.
They gave out that they knew how to weave stuffs of the most beautiful colors and elaborate patterns, the clothes manufactured from which should have the wonderful property of remaining invisible to everyone who was unfit for the office he held, or who was extraordinarily simple in character.