|of two colors||bicolor; bicolored|
|(Computers) correction of jagged appearances in graphic objects by filling in the jagged areas with intermediate colors (like antialiasing)||oversampling|
|1st letter of Greek alphabet, alfa, alphabetical, brightest star, code word for letter "A", Greek letter; beginning; brightest star in a constellation; (in Computer Graphics) fourth color component (that allows control over blending colors with a backg...||alpha|
|20th century artistic movement that grew out of Cubism (maintained the use of bold colors and contrast, but in a lighter style than in Cubism)||Orphism|
|20thC artistic movement, 20th-century artistic movement characterized by the use of vivid colors and sharp contrasts||Fauvism|
|3-color, combining primary colors, having to do with the use of three colors, relating to normal color vision, trichrome, trichromic||trichromatic|
|3-colored, 3-colored dog, 3-colored flag, flag with three colors; French flag, French national flag, pinto, tricolor, tricolored||tricolor|
|a socialist or communist, bloodshot, color of blood, having a red coloring, made from black grapes, of the color of blood, one of the primary colors, color similar to that of blood; redness; condition of being in debt; person who holds radical politica...||red|
|a trademark for a highlighting pen that comes in various colors of ink||Magic Marker|
|act of coloring; pigment; pigmentation, coloration (also colouring), act of giving color, characteristic colors, coloring substance, type of complexion||coloring|
|adding of colors||additive printing|
|adulterated, contaminated, contaminated; unclean, soiled, dirty; unrefined; not morally pure, corrupt, having mixed styles, mixed with other colors, sinful||impure|
|amount of difference, branching off, deviation; monitor problem in which the primary colors spread around each pixel (Computers); condition in which the eyes are pointed outward (Ophthalmology), deviation of eye from sight line, difference or disparity...||divergence|
|anemone plant, cup-shaped flower in various colors (white, pink, red, or purple)||windflower|
|any of a number of leguminous plants which bear tall clusters of flowers in a variety of colors (also lupin), plant with tall flower spikes, ravenous, relating to a wolf, wild, rapacious; wolf-like||lupine|
|any of a number of leguminous plants which bear tall clusters of flowers in a variety of colors (also lupine)||lupin|
|any of a number of plants belonging to the genus Lobelia and bearing long clusters of flowers in a variety of colors, plant with red or white flowers||lobelia|
|any type of plant of the lily family and of the genus Tulipa having large cup-shaped flowers of different colors; flowers of the tulip plant, plant with cup-shaped flowers, tulip flower or bulb||tulip|
|arrangement of colors, quality of tone, relations between the tones of a musical scale, key; color scheme, see also:atonality, system of musical tones||tonality|
|artist known for use of colors, colorer, hair stylist, person who uses color||colorist|
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