[ US /dɪˈskəɫɝ/ ]
  1. lose color or turn colorless
    The painting discolored
  2. cause to lose or change color
    The detergent discolored my shirts
  3. change color, often in an undesired manner
    The shirts discolored
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How To Use discolor In A Sentence

  • Care and skill in the use of dyes can produce products that resist bleeding, crocking, frosting, and discoloration. HOME COMFORTS
  • Her rapid pulse, high blood pressure, irregular breathing, and bluish discoloration of the skin all called for life-saving measures.
  • Victims suffered from acute cyanosis, a blue discoloration of the skin and mucous membranes.
  • Some crystals are discolored yellow or red by iron oxide inclusions.
  • Two other endangered birds, the swift parrot (Lathamus discolor) and the regent honeyeater (Xanthomyza phyrigia), were regularly seen in the region 20 to 30 years ago but are now rarely if ever encountered. Naracoorte woodlands
  • Watch your plants and if you see leaves wilting, don't wait until they discolor and die, but find out the cause.
  • Watch out for discolored card readers next to the machine.
  • I screamed again, flitting back and forth along the fence in search of a way in, but before his name stopped echoing down the street, the leech mutated from pink to red, a rapid discoloration that reminded me of how the lure in the administration window had changed. Bleeding Violet
  • Her kit includes a cream to exfoliate thickened skin, a pumice stone to smooth calluses, a mask to remove oils and impurities, a copper-based cream to hydrate and a nail rejuvenator to improve discolored toenails.
  • Affected stalks often have pink to reddish discolored internal tissues.
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