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polychromatic

 [pol″e-kro-mat´ik]
many-colored.

pol·y·chro·mat·ic

(pol'ē-krō-mat'ik),
Multicolored.

polychromatic

/poly·chro·mat·ic/ (-krom-at´ik) many-colored.

polychromatic

[-krōmatik]
Etymology: Gk, polys + chroma, color
a light of many colors or wavelengths. The term is usually applied to white light, although it may also refer to a defined part of the spectrum.

pol·y·chro·mat·ic

(pol'ē-krō-mat'ik)
Multicolored.

polychromatic

many-colored.
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If genetic and dietary studies substantiate this hypothesis, then polychromatism in Pisaster would exemplify an interaction between diet and intrinsic genetic control.
Since a good number of those regionalist stories put social, moral, or ideological goals before artistic ones, the expressive "formalism" they make such a show of, that aestheticism that replaces ideas with the eccentricity and polychromatism of the language that enfolds them, produces a certain incongruity that deprives them of persuasive power, denounces them as fraudulent.