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What is another word for coloring?

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Noun
The natural colour, texture, and appearance of a person's skin, especially of the face
“Her flawless complexion and radiant coloring were the envy of everyone in the room.”
Noun
A substance used to add a color to or change the color of something
“I bought a new coloring to dye my hair a vibrant shade of purple.”
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A statement or representation that is embellished or exaggerated
“His retelling of the incident was full of coloring, making it difficult to discern the actual truth.”
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An extreme exaggeration or overstatement
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An unfair or dishonest account or exposition
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The range of colors used in an artistic or creative piece, work or product
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A manner or expression that hides one's true character or feelings
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The act of evading or avoiding a clear and honest response
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A red coloring dye derived from insects, often used as an additive
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A layer of paint or metal spread thinly on a surface
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A meaning that is suggested or implied
Verb
Present participle for to give color to
“We could color the walls red to give the room an emotive ambiance.”
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Present participle for to affect without completely changing
“Fake news could potentially color your perception of the world.”
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Present participle for to misrepresent by distortion or exaggeration
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“Witnesses may be inclined to color their testimony so as to make their story saleable.”
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Present participle for to appear or turn red or pink in color
“Riley began to color slightly at the attention she was receiving.”
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Present participle for to describe or express in too exaggerated terms
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Present participle for to apply make-up, especially rouge
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Present participle for to spread or pervade throughout
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Present participle for to give a particular character to
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Present participle for to change or lose color
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Present participle for to make unclear or difficult to understand
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Present participle for to add a quality or feature, especially enliven or make more exciting
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