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cold color

noun
1.
a paint fixed to glass or to a ceramic object without firing.
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  • There is a predominance of cold color in winter and of the warm colors in summer.

    The Painter in Oil Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst
  • That violet is a cold color as its rays are less refracted, that these differences are appreciable to delicate fingers.

    The World As I Have Found It Mary L. Day Arms
  • She felt herself, as it were, turning pale inside, but into her cheeks there sprang a cold color.

    V. V.'s Eyes

    Henry Sydnor Harrison
  • Blue is called a cold color, because it induces a feeling of coolness to the eye, and is much used by nature in her cold effects.

  • And for this reason: Blue is a cold color, chilly in the extreme at some seasons of the year, upon certain surfaces.

    Practical Carriage and Wagon Painting

    Mayton Clarence Hillick

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