Showing a variety, or a change, of colors.
Having many colours; Random or intuitive use of colour combination as opposed to colour selection based on a specific colour scheme.
Having many colors; random or intuitive use of color combinations as opposed to color selection based on a specific color scheme.
Multicolored. Having a variety or change of colors and color combinations.
(of light or other electromagnetic radiation) composed of more than one wavelength; "polychromatic light"
having or exhibiting many colors
Having many colors, as opposed to monochromatic which means only one hue or color.
A paining executed in many colors.
Term used by GA to indicate that a cane can develop many different colors or even multicolored metallic sheens on the surface of the glass.
a color scheme that uses a lot of different colors. Gardeners who want a little bit of everything in a spontaneous sort of assortment may not want to position colors in any certain way. Others may want to put analogous colors together, then systemically create a flow of color that makes easy transitions between the color groupings.
Polychromatic is used to described light that exhibits more than one colour. In a technical respect, this can also mean that it contains radiation of more than one wavelength.