Definition of

Discolor

  1. (verb, change) change color, often in an undesired manner
  2. (verb, change) cause to lose or change color
  3. (verb, change) lose color or turn colorless

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Synonyms of Discolor

color, colour, discolour

Antonyms of Discolor

color

Origin of the word Discolor

  1. c.1380, from O.Fr. discolourer, from des- "dis-" + colourer "to color," from L. colorare (see color). more

via Online Etymology Dictionary, ©2001 Douglas Harper

Words that sound like Discolor

declare, declarer, decolor, decolour, discolour, dog collar

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