- of one color.
- of the natural color.
Also especially British, self-col·oured.
Origin of self-colored
First recorded in 1750–60
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Examples from the Web for self-coloured
Some are self-coloured, and some are mottled, striped, or flaked.The Children's Book of Gardening
Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
The American species is self-coloured, while the Malayan has the most unique pattern known to the animal world.The Human Side of Animals
The florist's Tulip can be grown in a border, but its effect there is not so good as that of some of the self-coloured flowers.The Book of Bulbs
It is well to remember that all those colours which are called Celadon, or self-coloured, have the tints mixed in the glaze.Chats on Oriental China
J. F. Blacker
It was a plain, self-coloured paper, but we were rather attached to it, and didn't like the idea of a change.
- having only a single and uniform colourself-coloured flowers; a self-coloured dress
- (of cloth, material, etc)
- having the natural or original colour
- retaining the colour of the thread before weaving
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