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A circle with different colored sectors used to show the relationship between colors.
The color of the grass
The color of the sunflower
The color of a tangerine
The color of our blood
The color of a blue-jay bird
The color of the Glory Bush flower
The color of pansies
The ... color can calm your body and mind.
The ... color promotes concentration and stimulates memory.
Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. The ... color can evokes empathy.
The color of Azalea flowers
Excitement is the feeling of lively and cheerful joy, the ... color can provoke excitement and energy in our body.
The ... color can improve reading speed and comprehension. Comprehension is the action or capability of understanding something.
The primary colors of light.
Red, yellow, and blue
The primary colors
The ... colors are basic colors which cannot be made by mixing them
The secondary colors
Orange, Green, Violet (purple)
The ... colors are colors made by mixing equal amounts of two primary colors together.
The tertiary colors
Yellow-orange, red-orange, red-violet, blue-violet, blue-green, yellow-green
The ... colors are created by mixing a primary color with a neighboring secondary color.
The color of charcoal
A ... color is any color that has just enough white mixed into it to look pale and soft while maintaining its colorful personality
The color of a bear
The color of a rock
The color of clouds
The color of golds
silver or metallic gray
A shiny grey-white color or appearance like that of silver.
(Idioms) Dark red (usually to describe face) Example: My sister's face turned beet red when I caught her singing in front of a mirror.
(Idioms) The odd or bad member of the group Example: My oldest brother was the black sheep in our family. He dropped out of school at fifteen.
born with a silver spoon in one's mouth
(Idioms) Born into a rich family Example: Keiko hasn't worked a day in her life. She was born with a silver spoon in her mouth.
(Idioms) faint Example: I always black out at the sight of blood.
black and white
(Idioms) straight forward, very clear Example: The rules we gave the kids were black and white. No answering the phone or the door.
caught red handed
(Idioms) to catch someone in the act of doing something wrong or illegal Example: The kids were caught red handed stealing chocolate bars.
(Idioms) the perfect chance Example: The models' conference was a golden opportunity for me to sell my beauty products.
(Idioms) something without a clear rule or answer Example: Writing personal email in the office is a grey area that needs to be discussed at the next meeting.
the green light
(Idioms) to be given permission Example: The builders were given the green light to begin the tower.
have a green thumb
(Idioms) be skillful in the garden Example: Charles has a green thumb.
(Idioms) feel sad or depressed Example: I always have the blues during the winter time.
out of the blue
(Idioms) unexpectedly Example: I got a phone call from a long lost cousin out of the blue last week.
the color of the roses
rose colored glasses
(Idioms) unrealistic view Example: She sees the world through rose colored glasses.
(Idioms) real self Example: Suzanne doesn't show her true colors when we have guests over.
(Idioms) an innocent lie to protect another person's feelings Example: We told Grandma that her cake was delicious, which was actually a white lie.
(adj) (of a substance or material) capable of polishing or cleaning a hard surface by rubbing or grinding.
(adj) delicate, as if full of air: a light, airy fabric.
(adj) (food) which needs to be chewed a lot before it becomes soft enough to swallow.
(adj) large and thick. Example: a chunky knit
(adj) Food or drink which contains a lot of cream or milk, usually it has a soft smooth texture and appearance.
(adj) Food which is pleasantly hard, or has a pleasantly hard surface. ex: The pizza base retains its crispness without becoming brittle
(adj) word to describe food which is pleasantly hard or crisp so that it makes a noise when you eat it.
(adj) Something which has a color, taste, or smell which is pleasant and not strong or intense.
(adj) (food) fairly soft texture like dough.
(adj) something which does not change much in shape when it is pressed but is not completely hard.
Something which is pleasant to touch, and not rough or hard.
Something which changes shape or bends easily when you press it.
(adj) made of or resembling flakes
(texture of surface like towel) very soft.
(food) very light, often because it has a lot of air in it.
(adj) sticky. Example: gummy bear candy
(adj) word to describe food which has a lot of juice in it and is very enjoyable to eat.
(adj) not weigh very much, or weighs less than you would expect it to.
(adj) tending to melt
(adj) slightly wet
(adj) A surface has no roughness, lumps, or holes.
(adj) soft and can be pressed in, like a sponge.
(adj) uneven and not smooth
(adj) (A place) which is covered with rocks or consists of large areas of rock and has nothing growing on it.
(adj) (a surface) which has a lot of rough or raised parts on it
(adj) slippery, especially like a patch of oil floating on water
(adj) (a surface) which has a lot of prickles
(adj) (a surface) which has sharp points
(adj) produced by weaving
(adj) resembling or covered in scales
(adj) Coarse things have a rough texture because they consist of thick threads or large pieces.
a deep reddish-brown shade inspired by wine from the Burgundy region of France
... is a bright red hue with hints of orange
a dark shade of red color, close to brown color
... is a shade of red, a color that is associated with intensity
... is a color that is a shade of yellow-green.
a green transparent form of beryl; highly valued as a gemstone
Fresh and icy, ... is a light, vibrant shade of green.
the color of lavender flowers. It is a light shade of purple with a blue tinge.
the colors in the red, orange, and yellow families
the colors in the green, blue, and purple families