discoloration

[ US /dɪˌskəɫɝˈeɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /dɪskˌʌləɹˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a soiled or discolored appearance
    the wine left a dark stain
  2. the act of changing the natural color of something by making it duller or dingier or unnatural or faded
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How To Use discoloration In A Sentence

  • For years, he was known as rugged looking and photogenic, but in the course of the campaign he was struck by a severe internal illness that also appeared as discoloration, pockmarks and partial paralysis in his face.
  • Other injection site reactions are: pain or tenderness, erythema, inflammation, skin discoloration, induration, a mass or lump; and hypersensitivity reactions including puritus and urticaria. Influenza shots? No thank you!
  • A wealth of remedies for freckles, moles, warts, wrinkles, discolorations and other facial blemishes, with foul breath and fetidity of the armpits, is carefully recorded, and would suffice to establish the fortune of any of our modern specialists in female beauty. Gilbertus Anglicus Medicine of the Thirteenth Century
  • Even in the best circumstances there is a good chance that there could be unseen spots or discolorations on the fabric that would make it dye with uneven spots.
  • His neurosis isn't helped when she notices a spot of discoloration on his lip, leading him to believe he'll soon be dead of cancer.
  • She even knew that the indicator caused the discoloration.
  • Drop each half in the acidulated water to avoid discoloration while you prepare the remaining artichokes. One Big Table
  • It removes unsightly discoloration, to restore wood to its natural colour.
  • The discoloration can also occur in nasal, bronchial mucosa, fingernails and toenails.
  • It is impossible to see a cyst arthroscopically; the surgeon can only see the mucoid degeneration with its typical yellowish discoloration at the beginning of the meniscal resection when using the mechanical hand instruments.
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