hued


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hued

 (hyo͞od)
adj.
Having a given hue, aspect, or character. Often used in combination: rosy-hued; dark-hued.

hued

(hjuːd)
adj
(Colours) archaic or poetic
a. having a hue or colour as specified
b. (in combination): rosy-hued dawn.

hued

(hyud)

adj.
having the hue or color as specified (usu. used in combination): many-hued; golden-hued.
[before 1000]
References in classic literature ?
In trooped the motley organization-- black slaves and dark hued Arabs of the northern deserts; cursing camel drivers urging on their vicious charges; overburdened donkeys, waving sadly pendulous ears while they endured with stoic patience the brutalities of their masters; goats, sheep and horses.
It was full of beautiful things, among them another red silk dress--not the bright, flame- hued tint of her old one, but a rich, dark crimson, with the most distracting flounces and bows and ruffles; and with it were little red satin slippers with gold buckles, and heels that made Aunt Janet hold up her hands in horror.
But now, it is official that the red hued device along with the white coloured variant can be pre-ordered for the upcoming holidays.
Bebe's contemporary, brightly hued and super stretchy jeans will see you stand out from the crowd and steer your wardrobe in the right direction
Guests can gather around strategically placed hightop tables wrapped in soft red hued leather and bathed in warm lighting created by silk covered pendandent chandeliers.
Lips are adorned with a just kissed pink lipstick and a glistening, shimmery rose hued glitter gloss.