self-coloured

ADJECTIVE
  1. of the same color throughout
    solid color
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How To Use self-coloured In A Sentence

  • These columbines have bell-shaped flowers, spurred petals, and self-coloured tepals.
  • It is, however, one method by which self-coloured warps for denim cloths (e.g. T1 fabric) can be prepared. Chapter 5
  • Middleshire in one of those charming "Olga" trench coats (khaki face-cloth lined self-coloured satin and with big, lovely, gilt-and-enamelled buttons), high brown boots, and one of those saucy little Belgian caps with Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, April 11, 1917
  • To maintain a collection of named Ranunculuses demands skill and patience, but a few of the most brilliant self-coloured, spotted and striped varieties may be easily grown, if a cool, deep, rich, moist soil can be provided for them. The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots 16th Edition
  • It was easy enough to follow, for the wire, if not bright, was self-coloured, and showed clearly. The Lair of the White Worm
  • Jenny Daiziel was standing there in the unexpectedly simple garb of blue jeans and a self-coloured green T-shirt, a blue denim jacket slung over her shoulder. Quite Ugly One Morning
  • The self-coloured varieties are also grown for use as dry Haricots, in which case the pods should not be removed until perfectly ripe. The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots 16th Edition
  • Each flower is self-coloured, and may represent a group of animals. The Confessions of a Beachcomber
  • Almost any variety, however, may be used as = Haricots =, but the most popular are those which produce self-coloured seeds, such as white, green, and the various shades of brown. The Culture of Vegetables and Flowers From Seeds and Roots 16th Edition
  • Besides self-coloured tiles, there were some that were ornamented, one representing the "Capitoli Wolf," a strange-looking, long-legged animal, with its face inclined towards the spectator, while between its fore and hind legs could be seen in the distance the figures of Romulus and Remus, the founders of the city of From John O'Groats to Land's End
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