discolor discolor  /dɪs ˈkə lər/


  1. (v) lose color or turn colorless
  2. (v) cause to lose or change color
  3. (v) change color, often in an undesired manner



  1. Beginning where Atabrine and quinine leave off, SN 13,276 costs no more, stops chills fever in jig time, will not discolor the skin or nauseate.
  2. Bruce's skin tended to discolor and deteriorate in the salt water.
  3. They may become an attractive alternative to clear brackets made of plastic, which tend to discolor.


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