colourlessness


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Noun1.colourlessness - the visual property of being without chromatic colorcolourlessness - the visual property of being without chromatic color
visual property - an attribute of vision
achromia - an absence of normal pigmentation especially in the skin (as in albinism) or in red blood cells
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colourlessness

, (US) colorlessness
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She gave him altogether an impression of colourlessness, and he had been living in a land where colour and vitality meant much.
Otherwise the pessimism which a topic comprising thousands of years contains within might have been susceptible to creating a colourlessness in the style of expression.
Our contribution to the world's share of creative individuality recedes into uniform colourlessness."
However, its colourlessness and miserable posture brought tears to my eyes.
Lee Hendrie had delivered Villa's only on-target shot of the half but just as it seemed Villa might escape from their colourlessness with a one-goal half-time deficit, Anelka persisted in chasing a ball to the byline and defenders who had failed to do li kewise could only watch as he turned the ball back for Bergkamp to score inside the post with his left foot.
The colourlessness of Peckham has carried over into critical responses to Spark's narrative.
PVB has good adhesion to different materials as well as good optical properties (colourlessness, resistance to light, translucence) and resistance to atmospheric agents.
His very colourlessness and lack of flamboyance is the secret of his success.