Definition of colorific in English:

colorific

Line breaks: col¦or|if¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌkʌləˈrɪfɪk
 
, ˌkɒl-/
(also colourific)

adjective

rare
  • Having much colour: the colorific radiance of costume
    More example sentences
    • Many coral species in the Red Sea are photosynthetic, which creates a colourific glory that is unsurpassed.
    • During this four-day session, students will discover the science of colour as they create colourific works of art including colour wheels, sun catchers, and tie dye T-shirts.
    • In a world where camera phones are competing to be colourific multimedia machines, this company has broken off in a fresh direction with their latest model.

Origin

late 17th century: from French colorifique or modern Latin colorificus, from Latin color 'colour'.

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