|colored flare||Very light|
|(British) any of a number of small and brightly colored beetles, ladybug||ladybird|
|(Geology) variety of igneous rock, common dark-colored silicate mineral from the amphibole group; amphibole, any of several varieties of ferromagnesian silicate minerals, variety of amphibole||hornblende|
|3-colored, 3-colored dog, 3-colored flag, flag with three colors; French flag, French national flag, pinto, tricolor, tricolored||tricolor|
|50th, colored like gold, excellent, favored, having the color of gold; of gold; precious; full of potential, opportune, idyllic, made of gold||golden|
|a trademark for a colored fruit-flavored ice on one or two sticks||Popsicle|
|a trademark for a soft colored modeling material that can be stretched and bounced||Silly Putty|
|a trademark for a soft colored modeling material used especially by children||Plasticine|
|a trademark for a soft colored modeling material used especially by children||Play-Doh|
|ability to be colored or painted||colorability|
|able to be colored or painted (also colorable)||colourable|
|able to be colored or painted, feigning validity, looking reasonable but not so||colorable|
|add colored elements to page, cause to look happy and animated, clarify, decorate with lights, enlighten somebody, light up, brighten; elucidate, explain; adorn, illustrate, shine light on something||illuminate|
|add ink, colored fluid contained in pens and other printing devices, liquid ejected by octopus or squid, liquid for writing, drawing, or printing, mark something with ink, mark with ink; stain with ink, print publicity, sign a contract||ink|
|admirable, beautiful, cheerful, clear sounding, headlights, illuminated, in a bright manner, intelligent, intensely colored, luminous; shiny; radiant; cheerful; intelligent, clever; clear, promising success, showing light, with light||bright|
|affected by smoke, colored like smoke, emitting smoke; full of smoke; hazy, cloudy; darkened with smoke; resembling smoke; gray, having the color of smoke; flavored with smoke, filled with smoke, giving off excessive smoke, tasting of smoke||smoky|
|affluent, wealthy, having a large fortune; fancy, luxurious; full, having an abundance of; deep, vivid, strong, costly and fine, fertile, plentiful, productive, see also:riches, strong and smooth-flavored, strongly colored, unlikely, wealthy people, pe...||rich|
|African American person, black ball, black color bets are placed on, black material or clothes, black piece, black ring on archery target, bruise the eye, clandestine, coal-colored dye or pigment, color black, color that absorbs but does not reflect li...||black|
|Aloha shirt, shirt printed with brightly colored designs||Hawaiian shirt|
|amusing person, ask for identification, cardstock, variety of stiff paper available in a range of thicknesses, collectable stiff paper with picture, colored card shown to soccer player, comb and clean wool or cotton, untangle wool or cotton fibers in p...||card|
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