multicolored

[muhl-ti-kuhl-erd, muhl-ti-kuhl-erd]
adjective
of several or many colors.

Origin:
1835–45; multi- + colored

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Example sentences
It was a crazy quilt of multicolored blocks, with lines radiating in all
  directions.
Thin multicolored lines snake upward in parallel, then branch out in twos and
  threes, their tips capped by tiny leaves.
Rourke is wearing multicolored shorts so oversize that they appear to be a
  skirt.
When the chauffeur opened the door for us to get out, a hot gust of wind blew
  multicolored wedding confetti into the car.
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