having the hue or color as specified (usually used in combination): many-hued; golden-hued.
- mul·ti·hued, adjective
- un·hued, adjective
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How to use hued in a sentence
While Julia Kwon’s face masks made of brightly hued Korean silk show the influence of recent events, she — and all the artists — continues to explore earlier themes.In the galleries: Celebrating the art of the game with unexpected delights | Mark Jenkins | July 2, 2021 | Washington Post
In this dish, grilled slices of eggplant and onion are simmered in a quick, golden-hued, paprika-and-turmeric-spiced tomato sauce, then served layered with garlicky yogurt and showered with fresh mint and cilantro.Afghan-style grilled eggplant with tomatoes and yogurt is a summer dish to have on repeat | Ellie Krieger | July 1, 2021 | Washington Post
The photo that Leslie Rose modified into three screen prints is also on display, but her handsome, subtly hued prints, “Variations on a Pine Branch,” don’t look much like their source.In the galleries: Building on an artwork expressed via different media | Mark Jenkins | April 23, 2021 | Washington Post
They’re piled high with mostly warm, golden-hued veggies, full of protein-rich ingredients like nuts and legumes, and most importantly, are quick-cooking, or can be reheated or repurposed into even more dishes.Our readers’ top 10 vegetarian recipes of 2020 are quick-cooking and versatile | Kari Sonde | December 26, 2020 | Washington Post
This copper pink–hued rosé blend showcases Pinot Noir grapes from the Montagne de Reims while retaining the fresh minerality of Chardonnay, with a palate of red berry fruits.Champagne is too special to be enjoyed only on special occasions. Here are 5 bottles to pop anytime this winter | Rachel King | December 5, 2020 | Fortune
Meanwhile, big dollar advertising campaigns have taken an explicit rainbow-hued slant.
Now, he's out to prove that redheads are just as desirable as their neutral-hued brethren.
Within a navy blue duffel bag were clattering bone-hued beads, amulets, and bracelets.
The program began about two years ago with artist Jet Martinez, who painted a brightly hued floral mural in Building 18.
The idea of using an incredibly salty, orange-hued shell as a delivery vehicle for salty stuffings seemed a little daft.Domino’s Fried-Chicken Pizza Means We’ve Hit Peak Food Trolling | Daniel Gross | April 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
His clothing was also, in part, that of a parader: a brilliant-hued coat worn over his ordinary faded suit of denim.Dorothy at Skyrie | Evelyn Raymond
His straw-hued hair, brushed back from a sloping brow, hung lankly down upon his coat-collar.Dope | Sax Rohmer
Undistinguished from any typical strap-hanger except perhaps by the light-hued eyes.
He had his key ready in his hand, terra cotta-hued tab swinging loose.
The furnishings are many hued, the cushions a flare of color, and the pictures fantastically futuristic.Fifty Contemporary One-Act Plays | Various
British Dictionary definitions for hued
archaic, or poetic
having a hue or colour as specified
(in combination): rosy-hued dawn
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