noun[mass noun, often as modifier]
1.1 (technicolor , British also technicolour) informal Vivid colour: [as modifier]: a technicolor bruise
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- The various dishes ran together on the plates to create a series of vivid technicolour horrors.
- For a history lesson, he would take us up to the top of a hill and describe a battle that had been fought in the locality in vivid technicolor.
- The lurid technicolour of bruises, angry wounds, and welts marred his skin.
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- The Red Sea resorts, now making a play for winter sun business, has crystal clear waters and coral reef full of technicoloured fish.
- On the museum's main floor, you can visit the technicolored rooms where Factor worked his makeup magic, one each for ‘brownettes,’ brunettes, blonds, and redheads.
- And visually, Amélie was a technicolored dream.
Early 20th century: blend of technical and color.
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