verb (used with object), pol·y·chromed, pol·y·chrom·ing.
Origin of polychrome
Examples from the Web for polychrome
The tin men and the Scarecrow never eat anything and Polychrome feasts only on dewdrops.The Tin Woodman of Oz|L. Frank Baum
The light purple tint is but sparingly used and only in the polychrome group.Ancient art of the province of Chiriqui, Colombia|William Henry Holmes
Polychrome porcelain is found in lesser amounts, although in almost as much variety.The Cultural History of Marlborough, Virginia|C. Malcolm Watkins
The screen fluttered for a moment with polychrome colors and cleared.Cubs of the Wolf|Raymond F. Jones
The polychrome bosses in the roof and the rich capitals are full of detail, and skilfully wrought.The Story of Chartres|Cecil Headlam
"having many colors," 1816, from French polychrome, from Latinized form of Greek polykhromos "many-colored" (see poly- + chrome). As a noun from 1800. Related: Polychromic; polychromatic; polychromate.