miscolour

miscolour

(ˌmɪsˈkʌlə)
vb (tr)
to give the wrong colour toto misrepresent
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Rather than a miscolour, such items would simply be incomplete examples.
He was wearing dark jeans and a dark hooded top and the victim says he had miscoloured, possibly even black, crooked teeth and short blond hair.
There was evidence of a leaky roof and miscoloured ceiling tiles.
Specifically, we measured: (1) gall diameter, with a digital calliper; (2) gall toughness, with a Pesola[R] Medio-Line Pressure set (set as pressure dynamometer, modified with an attached 0.80 mm thick syringe, which was stung 3 mm into the gall), where the mean of five stings was used for analysis; (3) gall chamber-diameter; (4) emergence-hole diameter, both with a gauge ocular equipped stereoscope, where the mean of two perpendicular measurements was used for analysis; (5) gall wall thickness; calculated by subtracting chamber diameter from gall diameter and dividing by two and (6) insect presence as insect remains, abnormal chamber (non-circular or miscoloured) and/ or abnormal emergence-hole.