having or exhibiting a variety of colors.
Also pol·y·chro·mic [pol-ee-kroh-mik] /ˌpɒl iˈkroʊ mɪk/.
Origin of polychromatic
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Related Words for polychromiccheckered, dappled, kaleidoscopic, motley, mottled, multicolored, piebald, polychromatic, polychrome, spotted, varicolored, variegated, versicolor, particolored, pied, prismatic
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Historical Examples of polychromic
Within the Rotunda, the polychromic decorations immediately arrest the eye.Picturesque Sketches of London, Past and Present
polychromic (ˌpɒlɪˈkrəʊmɪk) or polychromous
having various or changing colours
(of light or other electromagnetic radiation) containing radiation with more than one wavelength
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Having or exhibiting many colors.
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Consisting of or related to radiation of more than one wavelength.
Of or having many colors. Compare monochromatic.
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