discolorment

discoloration

[dis-kuhl-uh-rey-shuhn]
noun
1.
the act or fact of discoloring or the state of being discolored.
2.
a discolored marking or area; stain.
Also called discolorment.


Origin:
1635–45; discolor + -ation

self-discoloration, noun
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discolour or discolor (dɪsˈkʌlə)
 
vb
to change or cause to change in colour; fade or stain
 
discolor or discolor
 
vb
 
discolor'ation or discolor
 
n
 
discolour'ation or discolor
 
n
 
dis'colourment or discolor
 
n
 
dis'colorment or discolor
 
n

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discoloration
1640s; from discolor + -ation.
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