varicolored

[vair-i-kuhl-erd]
adjective
having various colors; variegated; motley: a varicolored print.

Origin:
1655–65; vari(ous) + colored

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varicoloured or (US) varicolored (ˈvɛərɪˌkʌləd)
 
adj
having many colours; variegated; motley
 
varicolored or (US) varicolored
 
adj

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varicolored
1665, from L. varius (see vary) + Eng. colored (see color).
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Example sentences
Honesty and altruism win out before the varicolored dusk sets over the frangipani and the lagoon.
The member otherwise described as containing red or varicolored conglomeratic sandstone, shale, and clay.
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