archaic form of colourful
nonstandard spelling of colourful
standard spelling of from=British spelling
having much or varied colour; bright
"a colourful array of fruit"
full of interest; lively and exciting
"a colourful account"
"a controversial and colourful character"
involving variously disreputable activities
"the financier had had a colourful career"
(of language) vulgar or rude
"she made it clear, in colourful language, that she did not wish to talk to the police"
same as colorful.
having striking color;
"colorful autumn leaves"
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