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parti-coloured

party-coloured

/ (ˈpɑːtɪˌkʌləd) /
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adjective
having different colours in different parts; variegated
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Word Origin for parti-coloured

C16 parti, from (obsolete) party of more than one colour, from Old French: striped, from Latin partīre to divide
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