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Synonyms for colourful

Synonyms for colourful

striking in variety and interest

having striking color


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The highly nuanced colourfulness of the gardens and landscapes creates a special atmosphere.
55) was published in colour already before (48), it is just breathtaking to see now the original image and it's fascinating bright colourfulness and brilliant stitching freshly preserved with it's original fabric border like made yesterday
The logo of the Czech EU Presidency, which will appear on 1 January for six months, is ready and symbolises "diversity, openness, colourfulness and playfulness," according to Deputy Prime Minister Alexandr Vondra.
Here the back-painted glass and lacquered fittings form a black backdrop for the colourfulness of the women's collections.
Other generic touchstones in Gormezano Goren's delicately structured chamber piece range from the sensuality and colourfulness of the orient, to the freighting of the tale with ceremonies, flavours and Zionist ideology, including the absorption pangs of settling in Israel.
Orlando's idealized image of beauty is emphasized by the richness and colourfulness of her garments.
But give this film a chance - kids,especially young ones, will be enthralled by its colourfulness and OTT acting.
The instability, variation, plurality, colourfulness, and vital power of the world demand a gaze so engaged that the picture does not gradually fade, overcome by the rigidity of the rules.
Further, most clever fools did not wear distinguishing dress, but were outfitted in the latest fashion and so indistinguishable from the other domestic courtiers with whom they were classed; for these fools, motley may simply have referred to the colourfulness of their au courant attire.
The following description of the next two approaching knights revels in the same colourfulness.
The sheer colourfulness of Futurism has blinded many historians, not to mention political scientists, to its basically superficial relationship to the Fascist conquest of power, a phenomenon built on more fundamental social, economic and political developments.
The message from this benchmarking project is that in the same way that a book should not be judged by its cover, so the performance of a factory should not be judged by the colourfulness of its kaizen display.
One thing that comes through the pages of her autobiography is her sheer zest for every new experience and the lessons she learned, whether it was the lack of colourfulness of Lancashire's textiles or Staffordshire pottery in the post-war period, the frustration of a woman PPS in a male dominated Canada or her balanced approach to the Arab-Israeli dispute in which she shows a sympathetic understanding of the fears and aspirations of both sides of what has often been a battle of right against right rather than right against wrong.