Surface hues that do not reflect a single wavelength of light, but rather all of them at once. A color may be neutralized (reduced in intensity) by mixture with its complement or any of the neutrals: white, gray or black.
In the GDDM function, one of the colors selected to display graphics primitives; for example, white on a display or black on a printer. Contrast with background color.
Colors such as white, black, gray and tan, that easily blend with other colors.
In RGB color mode, equal amounts of red, green, and blue make a neutral color.
A dull or grayed color that harmonizes or blends readily with other colors. For example, a neutral gray is one of medium value, midway between light and dark gray.
In color theory, neutral colors are mixed by the combination of two complementary colors resulting in neither warm nor cool colors.