Definition of dull-coloured in English:

dull-coloured

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adjective

  • Of a dull colour such as light brown: they argued the merits of dull-coloured uniforms to reduce visibility in the desert
    More example sentences
    • He held the slender, dull-colored metallic band toward the boy.
    • It was a linen bag which contained within it a mass of old rusted and discolored metal and several dull-colored pieces of pebble or glass.
    • In most waterfowl and songbirds, males and females have similar plumages in the nonbreeding season but, before the onset of breeding, males molt into a brightly colored plumage while females remain dull-colored.

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