Definition of versicolored in English:

versicolored

Syllabification: ver·si·col·ored
Pronunciation: /ˈvərsəˌkələrd
 
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(British versicoloured)

adjective

archaic
1Changing from one color to another in different lights.
More example sentences
  • The rocks are formed of versicoloured Triassic sandstone and conglomerates.
  • Naturally, it is the unique web and world of Bill Frisell that pulls the versicolored elements together.
  • The golden domes are shining far from the distance and the versicoloured inlays are like alive.

Origin

early 18th century: from Latin versicolor (from versus 'turned' + color 'color') + -ed2.

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