colorful : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a having striking color
colorful autumn leaves
- a striking in variety and interest
a colorful period of history
a colorful character
- a having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination
News & Articles
- Colorful murals enliven White Pines Park
A new mural sign chronicling the history of the old Blagen Mill is the latest colorful contribution of a local volunteer to the White Pines Park near Arnold. The painting of the lumber mill that stood where the park has entertained visitors for the past three decades last week joined Avery resident John White’s rendering of a map featuring the park and nearby amenities.
June 11, 2013 - The Union Democrat
- Colorful Showcases GTX 780 Kudan & GTX Titan Ultra Edition
Colorful is showing off two new graphics cards at Computex 2013, the GeForce GTX 780 Kudan and the GTX Titan Ultra.
June 10, 2013 - Tom's Hardware
- The Way It Oughta Be: Colorful Language
(KPLR) – Colorful language in some pretty plain places. I don’t have any problem with some colorful language but...
June 10, 2013 - KPLR 11 St. Louis
- Dwight White in USA Today
Ernie was a very colorful person that you couldn't help but like off the football field - a little different on the field as we well know,White said. "Ernie had gotten into the ministry and ...... was a true inspiration to Joe, LC, and...
- Rick Perry in Forbes
Molly Ivins' clever and colorful perspectives on people and politics gained her national acclaim and admiration that crossed party lines,Perry said in a statement.
- Leonard Maltin in Forbes
Newton's performance is probably the closest antecedent to Jack Sparrow because he's colorful, unpredictable, roguish and scurrilous but somehow likable,Maltin said.