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Discolour

verb
1.
Change color, often in an undesired manner.  Synonyms: color, colour, discolor.



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"Discolour" Quotes from Famous Books



... of sources, should sometimes seem to bear the character of party-spirit. Should this appear on the face of the record, I can only say that I have avoided entering into politics, in order that no bias of that sort might lead me to discolour or distort the truths I have had occasion to state; and I have totally rejected those communications which, from their tone of bitterness, personality, and virulence, might be incompatible with the general tenour ...
— Paris As It Was and As It Is • Francis W. Blagdon

... thoughtfully, as he stared at the long slash that extended from the bottom of the flank upward almost to the backbone—a slash as clean as if executed with a sharp knife, and through which the animal's entrails had protruded and his life blood had gushed to discolour the snow. "What did he do it for?" wondered Connie as he turned from the carcass and proceeded cautiously ...
— Connie Morgan in the Fur Country • James B. Hendryx



Words linked to "Discolour" :   turn, blacken, change, bronze, blench, silver, blue, gray, black, tan, pale, burn, green, blush, whiten, sunburn, purple, blanch, nigrify, crimson, redden, grey, white, flush, melanize, yellow, tone, color, melanise, discolouration, dye



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