chromatically chromatically

Definition(s):

  • (adv) with respect to color

Usage(s):

  1. The human eye can distinguish roughly 6 million colors, and as most of us know, not all hues are created equal, chromatically speaking.
  2. Man's eyes tell him that the species comes in three predominant skin shades, which are chromatically though imperfectly described as white, yellow and black.

News

  • T-Mobile sues AT&T over Aio Wireless' logo, goes magenta with rage

    It's no secret that T-Mobile feels very strongly about a specific shade of magenta. Long time readers will remember when Deutsche Telekom famously came after your favorite tech site (spoiler alert: that would be Engadget) over the particular hue we'd chosen for our mobile section. T-Mo has evidently been jonesing for another chromatically inspired legal battle, as it just sued AT&T over the ...
    on August 29, 2013     Source: Engadget

Quotes

  • "I've actually had the score since sometime in the early 1990s," Hamelin explains. "Weissenberg's harmonic language is so involved and so chromatically gnarly, the impression you might get by trying to sight-read it would almost undoubtedly...
    on Jan 25, 2008 By: Marc-Andre Hamelin Source: Boston Globe (registration)

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