of one color.
of the natural color.
- Also especially British, self-col·oured .
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How to use self-colored in a sentence
Very handsome self-colored bouquets can be arranged by giving a finish of the complementary shade.
We sometimes find lines on self-colored fruits that are as distinctive as the stripes, but entirely distinct from them.American Pomology | J. A. Warder
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 | Harold Bindloss
The evidence for the gametic interpretations of the self-colored fowl is derived from hybridizations.Inheritance of Characteristics in Domestic Fowl | Charles Benedict Davenport