- a (used of color) having a relatively small amount of coloring agent
a light-colored powder
- A mutant form of the moth, with black wings, was easily spotted against the light-colored tree bark, picked off and eaten.
- Simultaneously, it turns light-colored and takes evasive action, pretending to be something else.
- At 9:30 in the morning, a light-colored Opel Saloon drove to within 100 yards of the checkpoint, dropped off a female passenger and turned back toward Ramadi.
- Michael Bloomberg in The Epoch Times
It's such a simple concept-anyone who has ever gotten dressed in the summer knows it-light-colored surfaces absorb less heat than darker surfaces do,said Mayor Bloomberg.
- Scott Riggs in SportingNews.com
I was coming hard off Turn 2 on the first lap of practice this morning, and it just stopped,Riggs said. "It didn't smell like oil. It actually smelled like power steering fluid. It was light-colored white smoke that came out of it real...
- Cecil Cooper in Houston Chronicle
Here, you can't take your eyes off the ball. It's pretty simple,manager Cecil Cooper said. "That light-colored roof, it's hard to follow the ball. When the ball comes off the bat you have to be on top of it. We took early practice today...