achromatous

achromatous

[ey-kroh-muh-tuhs]
adjective
1.
without color.
2.
having little or inadequate color; lighter in color than normal.

Origin:
achromat(ic) + -ous

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achromatous (əˈkrəʊmətəs)
 
adj
having little or no colour or less than is normal

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achromatous a·chro·ma·tous (ā-krō'mə-təs, ə-krō'-)
adj.
Having no color; colorless.

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