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bright

bright

/ˈbɹaɪt/
adjective
(of colors) strong and easy to see; having a vivid color
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The light was very bright, but he saw the trees and the river.

How bright your face is, Jane!' '

No, Jane, you're right, the future is much brighter.

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gold

gold

/ˈɡoʊɫd/
adjective
having a deep yellow color or the color of gold
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Kasim's wife finds a gold coin on the wax. '

Kasim asks his brother, 'Where's this gold coin from?'

He takes some gold coins and leaves. '

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silver

silver

/ˈsɪɫvɝ/
adjective
having a shiny, grayish-white color or the color of the metal silver
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There are silver apples on its golden branches.

Bakers here slice unsold baguettes and drop them into the Crumbler's silver chimney.

I don't think that there's a silver bullet yet developed.

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colored

colored

/ˈkəɫɝd/
adjective
having a particular color other than black or white
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I just don't wear bright colored eye shadow anymore.

Most households separate their waste into seven different colored bags.

There's already a thin layer of colored sugar on the belt.

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pale

pale

/ˈpeɪɫ/
adjective
light in color or shade
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You look pale.

Gertrude’s face was pale.

Why don't you turn pale?'

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blackness

blackness

/ˈbɫæknəs/
noun
the quality of being completely black
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The irrationals are like the blackness.

Staring up into the cone of blackness you can feel the cosmic gears grinding.

And we're just, like, denying her her blackness, you know what I'm saying.

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brightness

brightness

/ˈbɹaɪtnəs/
noun
the quality or degree of being bright in color
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That makes them good standard candles: objects whose intrinsic brightness, whose luminosity, is known.

I can’t tell the difference in their brightness.

The wave’s wavelength and frequency determines their hue, and their amplitude determines their intensity or brightness.

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darkness

darkness

/ˈdɑɹknəs/
noun
the quality of being dark in color
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They ate when they were hungry and went to bed when darkness came.

Suddenly, Bill saw a pair of eyes in the darkness.

Suddenly in the darkness I saw a light moving on the ceiling.

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lightness

lightness

/ˈɫaɪtnəs/
noun
‌the quality of being light or pale in color
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It really adds this nice lightness, a little bit of crispiness.

I caught a little bit of the lightness 'cause I went into the -lightness by accident.

The lightness is there.

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colorful

colorful

/ˈkəɫɝfəɫ/
adjective
having a lot of different colors or full of bright colors
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The products themselves are colorful, quirky, and have a consistent branding.

But recently, I had a video with colorful makeup.

So, as you know, as I've already stated, I used to do a lot of colorful makeup.

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ginger

ginger

/ˈdʒɪndʒɝ/
adjective
(of someone's hair or an animal's fur) bright orange-brown in color
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Ginger will bag up the seized items and label them based on their final destination.

And after studying the melanosomes found in that fuzz, researchers determined that Sinosauropteryx was ... ginger!

I'm just cutting the skin off the ginger and then I'm going to grate it

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ginger

ginger

/ˈdʒɪndʒɝ/
noun
a light brownish-orange color
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Ginger will bag up the seized items and label them based on their final destination.

And after studying the melanosomes found in that fuzz, researchers determined that Sinosauropteryx was ... ginger!

I'm just cutting the skin off the ginger and then I'm going to grate it

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golden

golden

/ˈɡoʊɫdən/
adjective
having a bright yellow color or colored like the metal gold
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She quickly puts a golden apple on the table.

And do you think my hair is like a golden waterfall in the moonlight?"

And do you think my hair is like a golden waterfall in the moonlight?"

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shade

shade

/ˈʃeɪd/
noun
a different degree of the same color
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This shade is called "Radio" and it's a blue.

This lipstick color is the wrong shade for me.

Sometimes, I get that good shade, sometimes I don't.

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vivid

vivid

/ˈvɪvəd/, /ˈvɪvɪd/
adjective
(of colors or light) very deep or bright
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Have you ever had a dream so vivid you thought you were awake?

Think back to a really vivid memory.

Mykonos is known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and vivid nightlife.

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beige

beige

/ˈbeɪʒ/
adjective
pale yellowish-brown in color
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It’s a beige wonderland.

I remember seeing a beige car.

Oh, but it is light beige.

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bronze

bronze

/ˈbɹɑnz/
adjective
deep reddish-brown in color
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Soon after in the eastern Mediterranean in the Fertile Crescent, the bronze age ended in violence.

" I mean everyone knows he won a bronze medal in economics at the Alabama State Academic Decathlon.

Like, I got the bronze medal at the state academic decathlon tournament...among C students.

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contrast

contrast

/ˈkɑntɹæst/, /kənˈtɹæst/
noun
differences in color or in brightness and darkness that an artist uses in a painting or photograph to create a special effect
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This stands in stark contrast to the picture we get from Camus, who said that we are all the determiners of the value of our own lives.

It also helped that it was dark so, you know, the contrast.

It's a style of doing business in stark contrast to The Donald.

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olive

olive

/ˈɑɫəv/, /ˈɑɫɪv/
adjective
grayish-green in color
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And then they have an olive color.

Researchers reported that the meadow spittlebug was the main culprit in spreading the bacteria in Italian olive groves.

Now I'm going to brush the puff pastry with olive tapenade.

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tan

tan

/ˈtæn/
adjective
pale yellowish-brown
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Remember when Obama wore a tan suit?

So I have to constrict the range on the inverse tan function.

The secret to perfect tan lines like these belongs in a toolbox.

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vibrant

vibrant

/ˈvaɪbɹənt/
adjective
(of colors) bright and strong
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Large silica spheres within the stone diffract light, creating vibrant colors.

Archaeologists would uncover seemingly unlikely evidence of vibrant societies, in what’s now the desert.

So why do those structures produce such vibrant displays?

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violet

violet

/ˈvaɪəɫɪt/, /ˈvaɪɫɪt/
adjective
having a bluish-purple color
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But it's even more violet than purple.

Deciding what your hero looks like: she has a septum piercing, violet eyes.

The dye I used is Pravana hair color, in the color violet.

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turquoise

turquoise

/ˈtɝkwɔɪz/
adjective
greenish-blue in color
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It's turquoise.

Turquoise, and I got a Pikachu.

She's sixteen years old, with turquoise pigtails and a skin-tight bodysuit.

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neutral

neutral

/ˈnutɹəɫ/
adjective
not very bright or strong in color or shade
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Do I really need a neutral palette when I have multiples of neutral eyeshadows?

The overall impact ended up being roughly neutral.

European oil majors, Shell, BP and Total have pledged to be carbon neutral by 2050.

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cream

cream

/ˈkɹim/
adjective
having a light yellowish-white color
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Nah, we'll go with cream.

So, I've been going more towards cream products, 'cause I think they suit dry skin better.

I now have cream or liquid blush and highlighter.

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dull

dull

/ˈdəɫ/
adjective
(of colors) not clear or shiny; lacking brightness
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Like, it was very dull

I love that it makes my dry skin look less dull.

That cutter will last only about 15 minutes before it gets dull.

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rosy

rosy

/ˈɹoʊzi/
adjective
having a pinkish-red color
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You know things are really rosy for a while

It's not all rosy, though.

But the picture is not all rosy.

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scarlet

scarlet

/ˈskɑɹɫət/
adjective
having a bright red color
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Antibiotics like penicillin have saved millions of lives from bacterial illnesses like pneumonia and scarlet fever.

There was this brilliant scarlet bird lying in the gutter.

- It's scarlet.

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sandy

sandy

/ˈsændi/
adjective
(especially of hair) pale yellowish-brown in color
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Of course, the Sahara returned to a sandy desert at some point.

Imagine you’re a paleontologist in the late 1800s, working among the sandy rocks of Nebraska.

These birds nest on the sandy beaches of North America, where building materials can be in short supply.

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monochrome

monochrome

/ˈmɑnəˌkɹoʊm/
adjective
(of a picture or photograph) containing or portraying images in black and white or different shades of a single color only
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Also this display is monochrome not color

- You went two colors man, I just went monochrome.

And you’ll also die...a lot because trial and error is what this game is a spout: monochrome mission.

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subtle

subtle

/ˈsətəɫ/
adjective
hard to notice or detect
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Is it subtle?

You just want to be very subtle in the way you stage it.

The flavor is actually quite subtle.

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to lighten

to lighten

/ˈɫaɪtən/
verb
to become brighter or clearer in color
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Then, they rinse the strips with water and chlorine to lighten the color.

Other companies are trying to lighten the load of the ever critical last-mile delivery.

Both figures offered to lighten the man’s burden, and act as Godfather to his most recent child.

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