Definition of Particoloured

1. Adjective. Having sections or patches colored differently and usually brightly. "Pied daisies"




Definition of Particoloured

1. Adjective. Made up of sections having different, often bright, colours ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Particoloured

particle accelerators
particle beam
particle board
particle boards
particle energies
particle energy
particle fluence
particle mechanics
particle physics
particle theory
particleboard
particleboards
particles
particolored
particolored buckeye
particoloured (current term)
particular
particular(a)
particular Church
particular Churches
particular integral
particular integrals
particularisation
particularisations
particularise
particularised
particularises
particularising
particularism
particularisms

Literary usage of Particoloured

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1890)
"In plain weaving it is possible to produce strip« by the пм of bands of coloured warp, and chocks whore both warp and weft are particoloured. ..."

2. A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...by John Walker by John Walker (1806)
"... to tew together, in such a sort as to make a particoloured shew j ю hearken to, to listen, to attend. ... Striped, particoloured in long streaks. ..."

3. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood, John Christopher Atkinson (1872)
"... bris, speckled, particoloured, mixed, having the character indicated by the term with which it is joined in a partial degree, w. brith adnabod dyn, ..."

4. Intimate China: The Chinese as I Have Seen Them by Archibald Little (1899)
"—Monastery of the particoloured Cliff. THE country round Ichang has always some special beauty, and in autumn it is the tints, shown to especial advantage ..."

5. The Dictionary of Religion: An Encyclopedia of Christian and Other Religious by William Benham (1887)
"[2] From the Latin pica, " a magpie," so called from its pied or particoloured appearance, alluding to the employment of different coloured letters. ..."

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