discolour : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v change color, often in an undesired manner
- Like a Field of young Indian Corn, which long Fair weather and Sunshine had enfeebled and discolour'd, and which in that weak State, by a Thunder Gust of violent Wind, Hail and .
- Kim Beazley in guardian.co.uk
Of the Iraq question, Beazley added: "That ought not be allowed to discolour what has been 10 years of real achievement."