Related formscol·or·less·ly, adverbcol·or·less·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for colorless
This 16 percent, known as the “cut,” is colorless in nature, and it is “reaped” with a typical alcohol content of 69.8 percent.
So this is what it looks like: Dylan was limp and unconscious, and his lips were colorless.
I also knew that story was timeless and colorless, which is something a lot of people need to understand about life.Queen Latifah Talks About the ‘Steel Magnolias’ Remake and the Importance of Diversity|Allison Samuels|October 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It doesn't matter if you're from the left or right, a crooning populist or a colorless technocrat.
Competent, conservative and colorless, but could break through if others falter.For Presidential Hopefuls, a Game of Posturing and Positioning|Howard Kurtz|February 21, 2011|DAILY BEAST
A body which receives different colors should be, in its own nature, colorless.The Development of Metaphysics in Persia|Muhammad Iqbal
The name paraffin generally applies to a colorless and tasteless waxlike substance that is solid at ordinary temperature.
He made out the form of a Lhari, only a colorless blob in the intense light.The Colors of Space|Marion Zimmer Bradley
Acetic acid is a colorless liquid and has a strong pungent odor.An Elementary Study of Chemistry|William McPherson
The sun shone down through the bare, beautiful twigs of the leafless elms, in a still air, transparent and colorless.The Brimming Cup|Dorothy Canfield Fisher