How to use Colour in a sentence as a noun

If you think this is a trend of the past decade, then you either weren't a gamer in the '90s, or you are letting nostalgia colour your perceptions.

However, to make broad, sweeping generalisations about someone based on a single fact - whether it's the fact that they have an MBA, what school they went to or the colour of their skin - is pretty foolish because the exceptions will bite you on the ***.

"colour"-people: but do you need to do that in your applications?Uniword: no, we have one code for every single word in our languages, including codes for very old languages that exist only in two palimpsests.

How to use Colour in a sentence as a verb

"colour"-people: and why cannot we have the same level of granularity?Uniword: because you have too many words!!!

But colour me happy exactly for that reason, because HN exceeded all of my expectations in the last weeks -- I learned so much from reading the discussions, and read so many comments that made me feel optimistic about the ability of people to think.

I imagine this could do something similar, and a nice colour palette is a little more classy than a monster.

How to use Colour in a sentence as an adjective

Where do you stop?It's worth being aware of so you know to take such things into account, you never know when such views might introduce an unwritten assumption or colour a conclusion, but if it's not relevant to the material then it's a side issue.

If you want to help the disadvantaged then help the disadvantaged not "all the disadvantaged with the right skin colour".

The change for me was due to a change in working environment, and I imagine that's the difference for a lot of people: if you're in a brightly lit room anyway, then the colours becoming weird is just going to be irritating.

Colour definitions

noun

any material used for its color; "she used a different color for the trim"

See also: color

noun

a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks)

See also: color

noun

(physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction; "each flavor of quarks comes in three colors"

See also: color

noun

interest and variety and intensity; "the Puritan Period was lacking in color"; "the characters were delineated with exceptional vividness"

See also: color vividness

noun

the timbre of a musical sound; "the recording fails to capture the true color of the original music"

See also: color coloration colouration

noun

a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; "a white color is made up of many different wavelengths of light"

See also: color coloring colouring

noun

an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately misleading; "he hoped his claims would have a semblance of authenticity"; "he tried to give his falsehood the gloss of moral sanction"; "the situation soon took on a different color"

See also: semblance gloss color

noun

the appearance of objects (or light sources) described in terms of a person's perception of their hue and lightness (or brightness) and saturation

See also: color

verb

modify or bias; "His political ideas color his lectures"

See also: color

verb

decorate with colors; "color the walls with paint in warm tones"

See also: color emblazon

verb

give a deceptive explanation or excuse for; "color a lie"

See also: color gloss

verb

affect as in thought or feeling; "My personal feelings color my judgment in this case"; "The sadness tinged his life"

See also: tinge color distort

verb

add color to; "The child colored the drawings"; "Fall colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film"

See also: color colorize colorise colourise colourize

verb

change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored"

See also: discolor discolour color

adjective

having or capable of producing colors; "color film"; "he rented a color television"; "marvelous color illustrations"

See also: color