[ too-kuhl-er ]
/ ˈtuˌkʌl ər /
having or using two colors.
noting or pertaining to a photomechanical process similar to the three-color process, but using only two primary or secondary colors.
Origin of two-color
First recorded in 1640–50
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Examples from the Web for two-color
There is a soft bread made of milk and butter, a dog bread, and two-color bread of alternate layers of wheat and rye.Life on a Mediaeval Barony|William Stearns Davis
In only one of the six two-color examples, however, were the two colors sufficiently clear to match the printed samples.Chincha Plain-weave cloths|Lila M. O'Neale