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Discolor   /dɪskˈələr/   Listen
Discolor

verb
(past & past part. discolored; pres. part. discoloring)  (Written also discolour)
1.
Lose color or turn colorless.
2.
Cause to lose or change color.
3.
Change color, often in an undesired manner.  Synonyms: color, colour, discolour.



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"Discolor" Quotes from Famous Books



... was a happy representation of all that is noble and pious in the Irish character, without one tinge of the crimes which darken or discolor it. But the heart that is full of generosity and fortitude, is generally most susceptible of the kinder and more amiable affections. The noble boy, who could hear the sentence of death without the commotion of a nerve, was forced to weep on the neck ...
— Fardorougha, The Miser - The Works of William Carleton, Volume One • William Carleton



Words linked to "Discolor" :   blacken, change, burn, bleach, decolorize, turn, decolorise, blanch, nigrify, blush, decolourise, silver, tone, sallow, redden, infuscate, wash out, flush, grey, melanise, dye, black, yellow, decolourize, blench, white, alter, decolour, modify, tan, crimson, discolourise, whiten, purple, color, pale, decolor, green, bronze, melanize, bleach out, blue, sunburn, gray



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