Definition of Recolored

1. Verb. (past of recolor) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Recolored

1. recolor [v] - See also: recolor

Lexicographical Neighbors of Recolored

recollision
recollisions
recolonisation
recolonisations
recolonise
recolonised
recolonises
recolonising
recolonization
recolonizations
recolonize
recolonized
recolonizes
recolonizing
recolor
recolored
recoloring
recolorization
recolorizations
recolors
recolour
recoloured
recolouring
recolours
recomb
recombed
recombinant
recombinant DNA
recombinant DNA molecules
recombinant DNA technologies

Literary usage of Recolored

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Technical World Magazine (1910)
"By the use of this invention, the color may be taken out of silk, and it may be recolored in any desired tint without injury to the fabric, ..."

2. Bulletin by United States (1918)
"Velvet. cleaned, recolored, replaced as a new, up-to-date model. a. Velvet, in which the pile is in good condition, should be steamed by laying right side ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1909)
"... which had been previously decolorized by heating, was recolored; and that a violet fluorspar from Weardale (Durham) had behaved similarly. ..."

4. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1901)
"If such feathers were recolored how is their perfect structure to be explained ? We come now to a third type of moult which is peculiar to all of the larger ..."

5. Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature by Dept. of Modern Languages, Harvard University (1906)
"... while most of them are included, are utterly disarranged and recolored, and the same is true of those in the wars of Uther and of Arthur. ..."

6. The Chautauqua Movement by John Hehl Vincent (1886)
"... I adopted the happy thought of using smaller ones that I knew could be recolored and cut into letters or devices, and combined into artistic forms, ..."

7. Literary Landmarks of London by Laurence Hutton (1892)
"... M Gower's monument, for so many years in the Chapel of St. John, was repaired and recolored in 1832, and removed to the south transept of the church. ..."

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