They have flat roofs, and parti-colored awnings, displaying beneath the latter a profusion of flowers.
She wears a knitted shawl and a parti-colored kerchief on her head.
The dress, too, corresponds very much with the motley or parti-colored habit of the clowns of our old dramatic poets.
He might have been a parti-colored pebble embedded in its matrix of sand.
The terminology and the conceptual furniture of economics are complex and parti-colored enough without gratuitous innovation.
The afternoon will be spent in clambering over the parti-colored terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs.
A navigable stream was called Bolus, from a parti-colored gum-like clay found on its banks, it is now known as the Patapsco.
Anyhow somebody went over to where there's some parti-colored cliffs, where the sea comes away inland.
She saw the stagnant ice pond, with the overhanging branches of willows and the whir of the parti-colored insects.
The friends of the Sire of Nointel were, like himself, dressed in parti-colored garb.