Definition of parti-colored in English:

parti-colored

Syllabification: par·ti-col·ored
Pronunciation: /ˈpärtē ˌkələrd
 
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(also particolored)

adjective

Having or consisting of two or more different colors: their wonderful parti-colored light effects
More example sentences
  • Above this plaintive query is a man's head rendered as a particolored collage of different skin tones, meant, one assumes, to signify diversity.
  • The Dream had been with Faustinus since childhood, and it glowed again, like a particolored mosaic, as his litter-bearers toiled through the slums toward the Palatine Hill.
  • It is particolored and it shimmers; it is lovely to behold and even lovelier to imagine beholding.

Origin

early 16th century: from the adjective party2 + colored.

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