Definition of Recolors

1. Verb. (third-person singular of recolor) ¹



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Definition of Recolors

1. recolor [v] - See also: recolor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recolors

recolonise
recolonised
recolonises
recolonising
recolonization
recolonizations
recolonize
recolonized
recolonizes
recolonizing
recolor
recolored
recoloring
recolorization
recolorizations
recolors (current term)
recolour
recoloured
recolouring
recolours
recomb
recombed
recombinant
recombinant DNA
recombinant DNA molecules
recombinant DNA technologies
recombinant DNA technology
recombinant clone
recombinant clones
recombinant deoxyribonucleic acid

Literary usage of Recolors

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1. Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature by Dept. of Modern Languages, Harvard University (1906)
"Sometimes, in particular, he recolors or rearranges for the sake of better motivation. Sometimes, also, he adds an explanation for an action which Bede, ..."

2. Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature (1906)
"Sometimes, in particular, he recolors or rearranges for the sake of better motivation. Sometimes, also, he adds an explanation for an action which Bede, ..."

3. Nature and Human Nature by Ellen Russell Emerson (1902)
"It is an arrogant man, indeed, who intrudes himself into the affairs of nature, who recolors plants, depriving them of the results of self-develop- ..."

4. Proceedings of the Tennessee Pharmaceutical Associationby Tennessee Pharmaceutical Association by Tennessee Pharmaceutical Association (1911)
"... recolors •Mi MUM or SUEDE FOOTWEAR "Chic Liquid Suede Dressing" For cleansing and recoloring all kinds and colors of suede and ooze leather footwear; ..."

5. Decisions of the War Department Board of Contract Adjustment by United States War Dept. Claims Board (1920)
"... he had a quantity of olive-drab leather on hand, which was unsuitable for civilian trade, and he recolors it for civilian trade, there is an implied ..."

6. The Complete Poetical and Dramatic Works of Lord Byron by George Gordon Byron Byron (1883)
"They raise him—bear him:—hush ! he breathes, he The swarthy blush recolors in his cheeks, His lip resumes its red, his eye. though dim. Bolls wide and wild, ..."

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