orange-hued orange-hued


  • (adj) having the color of ripe oranges



  1. More details of the famous rings were evident, and for the first time the bands formed by the yellow-and orange-hued clouds enveloping Sat urn could be clearly seen.
  2. Bowie boasts, in interviews and in songs, of his bisexuality, affects orange-hued hair, laced high-heeled boots, and moves in feline contrast to his heavy rock beat.
  3. The workers building the dams groaned when they saw the orange-hued fish on their dinner plates; some demanded contracts that limited salmon meals to three a week.


  • See Your City’s Unique Visual Signature, Created By Its Instagram Photos

    Research project Phototrails creates patterns from big social data--conjuring visual signatures from the Instagram photos generated by 13 cities around the world. If you live in New York City, you might take a photo of the fireworks over the East River on this Fourth of July. If you’re also an Instagram user, you may apply an orange-hued, retro filter to that photo, and when you do, you’re ...
    on July 4, 2013     Source: Fast Company Magazine

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