color sense


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col·or sense

the ability to perceive variations in hue, luminosity, and saturation of light.

color sense

The ability to distinguish differences in color; one of the three parts of visual function.
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Unfortunately, all her fashion and color sense must be suppressed since her first mission is as an undercover transplant goth-girl at Maureen Benson high school where falling test scores, low attendance and sudden outbreaks of violence have been noted.
2009, a series of monochromes with hues drawn from Scanlan's customized self-marketing palette (used on most of his media communications), thus assisting the "ready-made" monochrome with an advertiser's color sense.
Horton developed a unique interpretation of his mentor's philosophy, one that relied on a vivid color sense unlike his contemporaries.
Rebecca is the genius behind it; our success is based on her good eye and color sense, and maybe a little woman's intuition," says Daniel, who shares responsibility for everything else.
Although there is no intrinsic relation between sound and color, a poet can forge connections; but Bullock's color sense is more fluid and intuitive than Rimbaud's arbitrary synesthesia.
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