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Colourful vs. Colorful

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Colourfuladjective

standard spelling of from=British spelling

Colorfuladjective

Possessing prominent and varied colors.

Colourful

same as colorful.

Colorfuladjective

Interesting, multifaceted, energetic, distinctive.

Colourfuladjective

having striking color;

‘colorful autumn leaves’;

Colorfuladjective

(euphemistic) Profane, obscene, offensive (usually in the phrase colourful language).

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Colourfuladjective

having much or varied colour; bright

‘a colourful array of fruit’;

Colorful

having striking color. Opposite of colorless.

Colourfuladjective

full of interest; lively and exciting

‘a colourful account’; ‘a controversial and colourful character’;

Colorful

striking in variety and interest. Opposite of colorless or dull.

Colourfuladjective

involving variously disreputable activities

‘the financier had had a colourful career’;

Colorful

having color or a certain color; not black, white or grey; as, colored crepe paper. Opposite of colorless and monochrome.

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Colourfuladjective

(of language) vulgar or rude

‘she made it clear, in colourful language, that she did not wish to talk to the police’;

Colorfuladjective

having striking color;

‘colorful autumn leaves’;

Colorfuladjective

striking in variety and interest;

‘a colorful period of history’; ‘a colorful character’; ‘colorful language’;

Colorfuladjective

having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination;

‘colored crepe paper’; ‘the film was in color’; ‘amber-colored heads of grain’;

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