many-coloured

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many-coloured

or

many-hued

adj
literary having many colours
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Translations

many-coloured

many-colored (US) [ˈmenɪˈkʌləd] ADJmulticolor
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many-coloured

[ˌmɛnɪˈkʌləd] adjmulticolore
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References in classic literature ?
Still am I your love's heir and heritage, blooming to your memory with many-hued, wild-growing virtues, O ye dearest ones!
The dress, so proper was it to little Pearl, seemed an effluence, or inevitable development and outward manifestation of her character, no more to be separated from her than the many-hued brilliancy from a butterfly's wing, or the painted glory from the leaf of a bright flower.
From the crystal-shine of the early morning to the many-hued reflections of the evening sky to the glittering lights at night, Burj Khalifa offers many moods, all equally delighting.
On the day, pastry shops give away for free the many-hued meringue-like morsels that come in a range of flavours such as white truffle with grilled hazelnut and the more common vanilla, chocolate and caramel.
The many-hued shadows of street life are from time to time too dark for white paper, and some dare not go too far with the grossly wicked details.
Of that many-hued cloak which was used to cover the dystopian reality of Rajapaksa rule, only a few threadbare lies remain.
In the many-hued grayish surfaces, luminous colors have been incorporated so that the gray appears bathed in the light of a cool-toned palette that is typical for Gronemeyer.
27 -- Snow-clad mountains, luscious plains, thick and green forests, many-hued flowers, stately and majestic trees, rustling streams, the wavy ocean, not to speak of the variety of birds and animals have triggered the imagination of poets and artists through the centuries.
Her class--nuns of olive skin and Asian features from the far north of India, to those with the many-hued variations and features of east, west and south of this sprawling land of over a billion people--is a mosaic of India.
Even after such a journey, it was surreal to be amongst that cosmopolitan, many-hued crowd and be swept away on waves of sound, colour and celebration.
Stitch by stitch she works her way toward an inner home integrating the many-hued strands of grief cultural identity and family estrangement.