from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having three colours; tricolor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having three colors.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having three colors: as, a tricolored flag.
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Tiny tricolored flowers rise above the basal foliage, lending credence to its more common name, “Fairy Wings.”
The open living and dining room, which has a fireplace and a skylight, is painted with light, tricolored stripes.
The walls are painted with light, tricolored stripes.
Foreign journalists taken on a government-sponsored tour of Al-Zawiya, to the west of Tripoli—which last week witnessed bloody clashes between opposition and pro-Gadhafi security forces—entered the center of town to see the tricolored flag that predated Col.
A few minutes with the heron book cleared up the mystery; they were tricolored herons, the first I had ever seen.10 By the end of the month American goldfinches were shooting around like tossed gold pieces despite another cold spell.
After the birds took flight they would have been completely disoriented and flying at a high rate of speed, "most likely about 25 mph, given my experience with their cousins, the tricolored blackbird," Meese says.
In a statement, the company said Glaxo created the "highly distinctive" tricolored nurdle design over two decades ago, and has used it ever since.
As Frank explains: "All four of the others still put themselves through the weekly nightmare: Sunday evening with Mammy and Daddy, roast beef and tricolored ice cream and it's all fun and games until somebody loses their mind."
Perhaps what you saw was not the red winged blackbird, but the less common tricolored blackbird:
Most of us were first introduced to radicchio in a popular salad called tre colore, after the tricolored red, white, and green flag of Italy.