Iridescent colors came in combinations of deep reds, purples, golds, and greens.
Remember that these are just suggestions—we encourage you to experiment with combinations of your own.
The paintings' compositions represent the "tasteful" combinations the brochure suggests for different rooms in a modern house.
Solomon interviewed 300 families to present a well-rounded perspective on the complex variety of combinations that can occur.
Every week he tried something new: banana, blueberry, strawberry, combinations, you name it.
The combinations so obtained would be exceedingly numerous, useless and cumbersome.
Pre-occupied with this notion, Russell was now omitted in all her combinations.
The variety of combinations in the domain of possible things is infinite.
Teachers have long debated the relative merits of these methods or combinations of them.
She was taking in the combinations of emotion and purpose that flitted over his face.
late 14c., combinacyoun, from Old French combination (14c., Modern French combinaison), from Late Latin combinationem (nominative combinatio) "a joining two by two," noun of action from past participle stem of combinare (see combine (v.)).