Discoloration in a sentence

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Definition of Discoloration

  • The act of discoloring, or the state of being discolored; alteration of hue or appearance.
  • A discolored spot; a stain.
  • the act of changing the natural color of something by making it duller or dingier or unnatural or faded
  • a soiled or discolored appearance

How to use discoloration in a sentence. Discoloration pronunciation.

The water everywhere else was very still, but a slight discoloration there, as you see it, led me to believe there was a creek running into the island.
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The faithful old soul poured forth a long story about his growing dependence on others and ended by mentioning a curious red discoloration that seems to have broken out over his face and hands.
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Wildly, feverishly, with all her calmness turned to eager haste, she then bent over the body, tore open the rich doublet, turned back the shirt, and, without uttering one syllable, pointed to a tiny puncture just above the region of the heart-a spot so small, so insignificant, such a mere speck upon the marble, that but for the pale violet discoloration which spread round it like a halo, I could scarcely have believed it to be the cause of death.
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Discoloration of the veins of the nose, resulting in an appearance abnormally rubicund. 3d.
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He breathed with difficulty, he looked terribly frail, white, with faint red discolorations.
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For answer Morny with flashing eyes literally snatched up his shirt-sleeve, baring his thin white left arm and displaying in the fleshy part a curious puckering and discoloration, evidently the scar of a bad wound.
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Parvin gives portraits showing the venous congestion and discoloration of the lips.
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After a week's treatment with saline purgatives the discoloration was much less, but the patient still had articular pains, for which alkalies were prescribed; she did not again attend.
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There was no pain, discoloration, swelling, or soreness, and after this strange anomaly disappeared menstruation regularly commenced.
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It was seen on the chest, on the inner surfaces of the arms, on the flexor surfaces of the forearms and wrists, on the thighs, and posterior and inner surfaces of the legs, terminating at the ankles in a stripe-like discoloration about the breadth of three fingers.
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The usual swelling and discoloration did not follow, but notwithstanding vigorous medical treatment the man died in six days.
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If the patient lives long enough, the discoloration of the extremity and the swelling may spread to the neck, chest and back.
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Various fungi, such as tinea versicolor and the Mexican "Caraati," may produce discoloration on the skin.
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Mitchell Bruce has described an anomalous discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes resembling that produced by silver or cyanosis.
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The skin felt warm, and pressure did not influence the discoloration.
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The pains and discoloration had commenced two years before his admission, since which time the skin had been deepening in tint.
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There was nothing in the patient's occupation to account for the discoloration.
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Billard has published an extraordinary case of blue discoloration of the skin in a young laundress of sixteen.
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Artificial discolorations of the skin are generally produced by tattooing, by silver nitrate, mercury, bismuth, or some other metallic salt.
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Melasma has been designated as an accidental and temporary blackish discoloration of the skin.
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Examples of Discoloration

Example #1
At least I thought it was a current.
Example #2
I saw that from the deck of the 'Red Rover,' this morning, when looking through the glasses.
Example #3
The other day I happened to meet Jane on the street.
Example #4
He never goes out except attended and not much even then.
Example #5
The wound had evidently bled inwardly, and, being inflicted with some singularly slender weapon, had closed again so completely as to leave an aperture no larger than might have been caused by the prick of a needle.
Example #6
While I was yet examining it, the fire fell together, and my conductor stirred uneasily in his sleep.