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bright-colored

Syllabification: bright-col·ored
(British bright-coloured)

Definition of bright-colored in English:

adjective

Of a bold and vivid color or shade: gowns of bright-colored silk
More example sentences
  • The subject is wearing a loose, wrinkled, linen shirt, with a bright-colored sarong tied at his waist.
  • In a shade garden, you don't have a lot of bright-colored flowers.
  • The driver saw the young woman as she stood in front of the earthmover in a bright-colored jacket yelling at him through a bullhorn.

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