brightly-colored brightly-colored


  • (adj) having a bright color


  • For just a moment I could see the frightened faces of the prisoners inside: Dozens of young teenagers, boys and girls wearing brightly-colored T-shirts, packed cheek-to-cheek .


  1. Christmas in DeSoto

    Hundreds lined the streets in Southaven, Olive Branch and Hernando this past weekend and Monday to watch a bevy of beauties, marching bands, antique cars and brightly-colored floats pass by during annual Christmas parades in those cities.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: DeSoto Times-Tribune

  2. Special Olympics athletes put in time, effort to win gold

    Determined athletes wearing brightly-colored team T-shirts were running, lifting, jumping and cycling Saturday on the west side of Indiana State University’s campus during the 44th annual Indiana Special Olympics Summer Games.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Terre Haute Tribune Star

  3. Pussy Riot Documentary: Katya Samutsevich Talks New HBO Film (INTERVIEW) (VIDEO)

    Pussy Riot , that feminist art collective from Russia that made brightly-colored balaclavas a symbol for political activism across the globe, is back in the headlines.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: The Huffington Post

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