Coloured in a sentence

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Definition of Coloured

  • same as colored.
  • having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination

How to use coloured in a sentence. Coloured pronunciation.

His judgment upon last night's event was not coloured by a single direct criticism upon the girl.
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Louise sprang away from him; but immediately behind her lay the foolish little chair which he had kicked over, and just beyond _that_ stood the scarcely less foolish little table which supported the heavy lamp, with its bowl of coloured glass and its spreading yellow shade.
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This illness coloured his whole life, profoundly affected his character, and gave a feverish and hysterical tone to his books.
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She looked overwrought and low-spirited; a very plain and slightly-made summer gown exhibited her meagre frame with undue frankness; her face might have been pretty if health had filled and coloured the flesh, but as it was she looked a ghost of girlhood, a dolorous image of frustrate sex.
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Nancy's bosom heaved, as though she had been hastening overmuch; her face was deeply coloured; her eyes had an unwonted appearance, resembling those of a night-watcher at weary dawn.
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Through Beatrice, would not her secret, coloured shamefully, become known to Luckworth Crewe, and to others?
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His memories of her, and the letters she had written him, coloured her personality far otherwise.
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Nancy coloured; for the first time, a remark of Mrs. Damerel's had given her pleasure.
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He unrolled a large design, a coloured picture of Whitsand pier as it already existed in his imagination.
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The Spectator_ will present a beautiful coloured supplement, entitled "Susie's Pet Pup," and a handsome mug bearing the inscription: "A Present from Loo," though we believe that such may be the case.
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This night my new camelott riding coat to my coloured cloth suit came home.
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This gentleman assured Popanilla that the Vraibleusian public were nervously alive to anything connected with discovery; that so ardent was their attachment to science and natural philosophy that voyages and travels were sure to be read with eagerness, particularly if they had coloured plates.
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There were highly-finished coloured drawings of the dried fish and the breadfruit, and an exquisitely tinted representation of the latter in a mouldy state.
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And seeing the crisp leaves-for the summer was waning-I repeated his phrase, "the summer's coloured mantle," and remembered: "Swarms of bees and chafers, the little musicians of the world- A gentle chorus.
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It were better to lose himself in the emotion of the memory of the music; it was in his blood, and he could see her hands playing it, and the music was coloured with the memory of her hair and her eyes.
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He looked with awe at the students of the corps, their cheeks gashed and red, who swaggered about in their coloured caps.
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It saw shadows black until Monet discovered they were coloured, and by Heaven, sir, they were black.
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Leonard Upjohn in his intricate style drew graceful little pictures of Cronshaw in the Latin Quarter, talking, writing poetry: Cronshaw became a picturesque figure, an English Verlaine; and Leonard Upjohn's coloured phrases took on a tremulous dignity, a more pathetic grandiloquence, as he described the sordid end, the shabby little room in Soho; and, with a reticence which was wholly charming and suggested a much greater generosity than modesty allowed him to state, the efforts he made to transport the Poet to some cottage embowered with honeysuckle amid a flowering orchard.
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The progress made was very slow, but wonderfully interesting, from the variety of moisture-loving plants which took Dale's attention, and the brightly coloured insects, which took that of Saxe, while the mule was perfectly content to wait while a halt was called to capture insect or secure plant; the solemn-looking animal standing fetlock-deep in the water, and browsing on the herbage in the various crannies among the stones.
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Dale looked at him searchingly, and Saxe coloured beneath his gaze.
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Examples of Coloured

Example #1
But he could not prevent the suggestion suddenly flashing into his mind that she had thought of herself first and last.
Example #2
Well, she had gone, and with all his heart he was glad that she was safe.
Example #3
She tottered back, fell with all her weight against the table, and brought the lamp crashing to the floor.
Example #4
But you understand, if you do-' Cobb, inflamed with desire and jealousy, made an effort to recapture her.
Example #5
Dostoevski had a tremendous capacity for enthusiasm.
Example #6
Dostoevski was enormously interested in his disease, studied its symptoms carefully, one might say eagerly, and gave to his friends minute accounts of exactly how he felt before and after the convulsions, which tally precisely with the vivid descriptions written out in his novels.