coloring

Synonyms and related words:
Klangfarbe, abstractionism, achromatism, acrylic painting, acting, affectation, affective meaning, appearance, attitudinizing, bearing, bloom, bluff, bluffing, blush, blushing, cast, cheating, chromatic, chromatism, chromism, chromogen, clang color, coat, coat of paint, coating, cold, color, color balance, color filter, color gelatin, color harmony, color printing, color scheme, colorant, coloration, colorific, coloring, complexion, confabulation, connotation, consequence, cool, crimsoning, dead-color, deception, decorator color, deformation, delusion, denotation, dichromatic, disguise, dissemblance, dissembling, dissimulation, distemper, distortion, drier, drift, dye, dyeing, dyestuff, effect, embellishment, emblazonry, encaustic cerography, encaustic painting, equivocation, erubescent, essence, exaggeration, expressionism, extension, exterior paint, facade, face, fakery, faking, false air, false coloring, false front, false show, false swearing, falsification, falsifying, falsity, feigning, feint, finger painting, flat coat, flat wash, floor enamel, flower painting, flush, flushing, force, four-flushing, fraud, fresco painting, front, garbling, genre painting, gilt, gist, gloss, glow, glowing, gouache, grammatical meaning, grisaille, ground, guise, harmonious, hectic, hectic flush, hue, humbug, humbuggery, hyperbole, idea, illumination, illustration, impact, impasto, implication, import, imposture, inaccuracy, injustice, intension, interior paint, key, lexical meaning, literal meaning, lithography, litotes, mantling, many-colored, masquerade, matching, meaning, medium, medley, meretriciousness, miscoloring, misconstruction, misdrawing, mispainting, misquotation, misreport, misrepresentation, misstatement, misteaching, monochromatic, monochrome, monochromic, motley, mural painting, natural color, nonrealism, oil painting, opaque color, ostentation, outward show, overdrawing, overstatement, overtone, paint, painting, pallor, parti-colored, perjury, pertinence, perversion, picturization, pigment, pigmentary, pigmentation, pith, playacting, point, polychromatic, portraiture, pose, posing, poster painting, posture, practical consequence, pretense, pretension, pretext, prevarication, prime coat, primer, priming, prismatic, pudency, pudicity, purport, put-on, rainbow, range of meaning, real meaning, reddening, reference, referent, relation, relevance, representation, rubefacient, rubescence, rubescent, rubificative, rufescence, scope, seeming, semantic cluster, semantic field, semblance, sense, shade, sham, show, significance, signification, significatum, signifie, simulacrum, simulation, skin color, slanting, span of meaning, speciousness, spectral, spirit, stain, staining, straining, structural meaning, substance, suffusion, sum, sum and substance, symbolic meaning, tempera, tenor, the brush, thinner, timbre, tinct, tinction, tinctorial, tincture, tinge, tingent, tinging, tint, tinting, tonality, tone, tone color, tone quality, toning, totality of associations, transferred meaning, transparent color, turpentine, turps, twisting, unadorned meaning, undercoat, undercoating, undercolor, understatement, undertone, value, variegated, varnish, vehicle, warm, wash, wash coat, wash drawing, window dressing

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Coloring — (or colouring, see spelling differences) can refer to: the color/colour, or the act of changing the color/colour of an object, The act of adding color/colour to the pages of a Coloring book graph coloring, in mathematics. hair coloring Ring tone …   Wikipedia

  • Coloring — Col or*ing, n. 1. The act of applying color to; also, that which produces color. [1913 Webster] 2. Change of appearance as by addition of color; appearance; show; disguise; misrepresentation. [1913 Webster] Tell the whole story without coloring… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • coloring — late 14c., action of applying color, from prp. of COLOR (Cf. color) (v.). Figurative use by 1540s. Meaning way something is colored is early 15c. Coloring book is from 1931 …   Etymology dictionary

  • coloring — (Amer.) col·or·ing || kÊŒlÉ™rɪŋ n. act of coloring; pigment; pigmentation, coloration (also colouring) color (Amer.) n. shade, tint, hue (also colour) v. add color, tint; distort, falsify (also colour) adj. using or having color (also colour) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Coloring — Coloring. См. Окрашивание. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) …   Словарь металлургических терминов

  • coloring — index connotation, context, implication (inference), overstatement Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • coloring — [kul′ər iŋ] n. 1. the act or art of applying colors 2. anything applied to impart color; pigment, dye, stain, etc. 3. a) the way a thing is naturally colored; coloration b) the effect created by a particular use of color 4. the color of the skin …   English World dictionary

  • coloring — col|or|ing [ kʌlərıŋ ] noun * 1. ) uncount the color of someone s hair and skin: She has the same coloring as her brother. a ) the colors of an object, animal, or plant: a project on the protective coloring of butterflies 2. ) count or uncount a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • coloring — /kul euhr ing/, n. 1. the act or method of applying color. 2. appearance as to color: healthy coloring. 3. a substance used to color something: food coloring made from vegetable dyes. 4. aspect or tone: The ethical coloring of the story balanced… …   Universalium

  • coloring — col•or•ing [[t]ˈkʌl ər ɪŋ[/t]] n. 1) the act or method of applying color 2) appearance as to color: healthy coloring[/ex] 3) a substance used to color something: food coloring[/ex] 4) aspect or tone 5) specious appearance; show • Etymology:… …   From formal English to slang

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