light-coloured

light-coloured

adj
having a light colour
Translations

light-coloured

[ˈlaɪtˈkʌləd] ADJclaro, de color claro

light-coloured

[ˈlaɪtˈkʌləd] adjdi colore chiaro
References in classic literature ?
He had on, as we have said, a light-coloured coat, covered with streams of blood.
And rapidly he drew from his waistcoat pocket a piece of paper in which he had placed a light-coloured hair from a woman's head.
He was dressed in a heavy broadcloth frock coat and waistcoat, with light-coloured trousers, and immaculate collar and cuffs.
Her long mourning robes and her flowing wimple of black cypress, enhanced the whiteness of her skin, and the beauty of her light-coloured and flowing tresses, which time had neither thinned nor mingled with silver.
Presently a tall, handsome-looking man, somewhere about thirty years of age, and very light-coloured for a Zulu, entered, and lifting his knob-stick by way of salute, squatted himself down in the corner on his haunches, and sat silent.
Reflects Podsnap; prosperously feeding, two little light-coloured wiry wings, one on either side of his else bald head, looking as like his hairbrushes as his hair, dissolving view of red beads on his forehead, large allowance of crumpled shirt-collar up behind.
The offender is described as being white, in his 20s and was wearing a light-coloured T-shirt and a light-coloured hat, possibly a baseball cap.
He was wearing a light-coloured hooded top with the hood up, and light-coloured bottoms.
When he went missing, Bhattacharjee was wearing light-colored trousers, a blue shirt and light-coloured shoes and was carrying a black backpack.
April Jones was last seen by another child getting into a grey or light-coloured van which drove off in the Mid Wales town of Machynlleth yesterday evening.
He is described as wearing a light-coloured jacket with a black hood and light-coloured trousers.