Origin of huedMiddle English hewed, past participle of heowien, to color from Old English heowian from heow: see hue
The definition of hued is having a specific color or intensity.
An example of something hued is a shirt that is a dark color; dark-hued.
having some (specified) shade or intensity of color or a (specified) number of colors: used mainly in hyphenated compounds: rosy-hued, many-hued
Having a given hue, aspect, or character. Often used in combination: rosy-hued; dark-hued.
- To his surprise, she was grinning, her multi-hued eyes glowing.
- Of birds the number of species greatly exceeds that of the mammals, including the rhea of the pampas and condor of the Andes, and the tiny, brilliant-hued humming-birds of the tropical North.
- He'd never seen art of this kind, only the statues of his father's court and the multi-hued strands used to decorate homes.
- The blond deity with multi-hued eyes and a quick smile was dressed for a dressage event, complete with helmet and crop.
- Chiseled to perfection, covered in olive-hued skin, with a low brow, piercing gaze and strong jaw …His nearness made her feel hot.