[ US /ˈtɛknɪˌkəɫɝ/ ]
[ UK /tˈɛknɪkˌʌlɐ/ ]
  1. a trademarked method of making color motion pictures
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How To Use technicolor In A Sentence

  • British 1940s Technicolor films offer an abundance of visual pleasures, especially when lovingly restored by the National Film Archive.
  • On the granite walls, overlapping graffiti tell of the utilisation of this space by both local youths and migrants, knitting their concerns together in an explosion of scraggly technicolour. An escape from the Arab Spring: one migrant's voyage to Europe
  • technicolour" comes from the three-strip colour prism which is parallel to the three-step process of a Christian described by de Jong. Christian Today
  • Anyone in their right mind would flee in favor of a brightly colored Technicolor dreamland full of dancing midgets and brainless robotic lumberjacks.
  • He filmed in Technicolor and widescreen for the only time in his career.
  • He made his professional debut in the title role in the tour of ‘Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat’.
  • However, she vividly recalls lurching to the airplane bathroom and, quite literally having a "technicolour yarn". You, Too, Can Have Teletubby Poo
  • He starred in the West End hit musical "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat".
  • No matter how many times you click your little heels together and make a wish, you may not wake up Friday morning after watching Bravo's "Real Housewives of DC" finale and discover it was all a bad Technicolor dream that, happily, is over. 'Real Housewives of DC': Fat lady has not yet sung
  • YouTube, that incandescent tower of video Babel; monument to the sloughed-off detritus of our exponentially-exploding digital culture; a Technicolor cataract of skateboarding dogs, lip-synching college students, political punditry, and porn; has reached the zenith of its meteoric rise; and Icarus-like, wings melting; is spiraling back to earth. P2pnet World Headlines – April 9, 2009
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