Definition of Skin colour

1. Noun. The coloring of a person's face.




Definition of Skin colour

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of skin color) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skin Colour

skin-muscle reflexes
skin-puncture test
skin-pupillary reflex
skin-tight
skin aging
skin and bone
skin and bones
skin and connective tissue diseases
skin back
skin botflies
skin cancer
skin care
skin cell
skin color
skin colour (current term)
skin condition
skin disease
skin disorder
skin diving
skin doctor
skin dose
skin effect
skin effects
skin eruption
skin flap
skin flicks
skin flutes

Literary usage of Skin colour

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1. Ethnology by Augustus Henry Keane (1896)
"... these Groupings—Elements of Classification: Physical and Mental Characters—Physical tests of Race: Colour of the Skin—Colour and Texture of the Hair—The ..."

2. Ethnology: In Two Parts, I. Fundamental Ethnical Problems. II. The Primary by Augustus Henry Keane (1896)
"... these Groupings—Elements of Classification: Physical and Mental Characters—Physical tests of Race: Colour of the Skin—Colour and Texture of the Hair—The ..."

3. The Negro in the New World by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1910)
"Elsewhere I have written on this subject: " The skin colour of the Nilotic negro is dark almost to blackness. That of the Forest negro tends rather towards ..."

4. Points of the Horse: A Treatise on the Conformation, Movements, Breeds and by Matthew Horace Hayes (1904)
"General Remarks—Skin—Colour—Hair. General Remarks.—The body of the horse is invested with a covering, the structure and functions of which vary according to ..."

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