hue


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Synonyms for hue

Synonyms for hue

the property by which the sense of vision can distinguish between objects, as a red apple and a green apple, that are very similar or identical in form and size

the degree of vividness of a color, as when modified by the addition of black or white pigment

a shade of a color, especially a pale or delicate variation

Synonyms for hue

the quality of a color as determined by its dominant wavelength

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take on color or become colored

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cried a rich and youthful voice from the window of the opposite house--a voice as rich as a tropical sunset, and which made Giovanni, though he knew not why, think of deep hues of purple or crimson and of perfumes heavily delectable.
Nor did he fail again to observe, or imagine, an analogy between the beautiful girl and the gorgeous shrub that hung its gemlike flowers over the fountain,--a resemblance which Beatrice seemed to have indulged a fantastic humor in heightening, both by the arrangement of her dress and the selection of its hues.
No; though I have grown up among these flowers, I know no more of them than their hues and perfume; and sometimes methinks I would fain rid myself of even that small knowledge.
Ever and anon there gleamed across the young man's mind a sense of wonder that he should be walking side by side with the being who had so wrought upon his imagination, whom he had idealized in such hues of terror, in whom he had positively witnessed such manifestations of dreadful attributes,--that he should be conversing with Beatrice like a brother, and should find her so human and so maidenlike.
An entertainment of many hues and many melodies where she was afraid she might appear small and mouse-colored.
The harvest of the first year of our possession had long been passed, and the fading foliage of a few scattered trees was already beginning to exhibit the hues and tints of autumn, when a train of wagons issued from the bed of a dry rivulet, to pursue its course across the undulating surface, of what, in the language of the country of which we write, is called a "rolling prairie.
In the mean time, the hues of the heavens had often changed.
Early on, farmers or gardeners shopping for these sheets of Impermeable plastic would find their range of hues limited to what Henry Ford offered 1914 Model T buyers: "Any color, so long as it's black.
The extensive Philips Hue connected ecosystem includes portable lamps such as Philips Hue Go, dual-lighted lamps such as Philips Hue Beyond, control devices such as Philips Hue tap and Apple Watch as well as bulbs and spotlights.
A half-day tour of two temple complexes at the heart of the Hue Monuments.
Hue called her shelter Haiphong Red Flamboyant after a Vietnamese flower.
For example, if you see a patch of dull, but warm, pink, you have to determine first what its hue is in the color wheel (red orange), its value (very light), and then its intensity (medium dull).
Benjamin Moore has gone with Guilford Green, a soft hue that some decorators and designers see as too pale while others tout its versatility as a "standard, go-to green.
Commenting upon the statement of Imran Khan, Zaeem Qadri said that Imran Khan will continue to raise hue and cry till 2018 and also afterwards.
The starter pack ($199) includes the Hue bridge, an Ethernet network cable, three Hue light bulbs and a power adapter.