hued

[hyood or, often, yood]
adjective
having the hue or color as specified (usually used in combination): many-hued; golden-hued.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English hewed, Old English (ge)hīwod. See hue1, -ed3

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

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Example sentences
The subjects mostly chose white when a medium hued face was coupled with a business suit.
Increasingly, though, air pollution blurs vistas that once were sharp and rich hued.
They are easily identifiable by the blue and red skin on their faces and their brightly hued rumps.
The floor of the mausoleum features different hued marble laid in a cross pattern.
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