colorlessness


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  • noun

Synonyms for colorlessness

Synonyms for colorlessness

the visual property of being without chromatic color

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He makes use, however, of such a broad range of shades and tones in depicting the colorlessness he perceives
The writing is understated to the point of colorlessness, evoking little passion or humor.
The answer is not to retreat into colorlessness but to reconstitute the definition of the self into something that acknowledges the conditions of her physical being: the visible evidence of her whiteness and her blackness, the heritage of slavery and sexual abuse.
Fanon's intense privacy was part of his colorlessness.
If we sometimes lament the colorlessness of our modern politician s, whose programs and ideologies are as predictable as their neckwear, we might nonetheless be grateful that in our day no genius in the throes of divine madness lights our way to paradise.
We'd seen the loneliness of the suburbs, the alcoholism and mental disorders of family members--or, what was almost worse, the long-suffering colorlessness of neighbors, their persistent but never critical depression.
In 1989, he became the Party's general secretary It is hard to think of a distinctive policy or attribute to associate with him except general colorlessness.
Meyer explained, "A limited number of nitrogen-free diamonds do not exhibit their inherent colorlessness when they are discovered because the extreme heat and pressure of the volcanic forces that drove the diamonds from deep under the earth to the surface also distorted their molecular structure.
Recently, polyimide membranes have been investigated with focus on their high transparency and colorlessness, which influence their optical, thermal, and electrical properties (6).