Coloration meaning

kŭlə-rāshən
The sum of the beliefs or principles of a person, group, or institution.
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The condition of being colored.
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Arrangement of colors.
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The way a thing is colored.
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The technique of using colors, as in painting.
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The act or art of coloring.
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The quality of being colored.
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(music) A notational devise for indicating hemiola through either use of red ink (in mensural black notation) or black noteheads (in mensural white notation); or.
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(music) Ornamental division (also called passaggi, glosas, diminutions. etc.) employing rapid "black notes".
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Origin of coloration

  • From French coloration, from Latin colōrātio.

    From Wiktionary