- of one color.
- of the natural color.
Also especially British, self-col·oured.
Origin of self-colored
First recorded in 1750–60
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Examples from the Web for self-colored
The rooms were papered with a self-colored paper of pale blue.The Girls of St. Wode's
L. T. Meade
The plain, self-colored rugs and curtains had a similar effect.Johnstone of the Border
Then to show, to last, and to cut from, few flowers rival the self-colored pansies (Viola class).Last Words
Juliana Horatia Ewing
Only the self-colored varieties—buff, black, and white—are natives of China.Our Domestic Birds
John H. Robinson
The evidence for the gametic interpretations of the self-colored fowl is derived from hybridizations.Inheritance of Characteristics in Domestic Fowl
Charles Benedict Davenport