Pronunciation of Chromatic
/kɹə͡ʊmˈatɪk/, /kɹəʊmˈatɪk/, /k_ɹ_əʊ_m_ˈa_t_ɪ_k/
Antonyms for chromatic:
charcoal, greyish, argent, sooty, ebony, slate-gray, ink-black, pale, inky-black, blue-black, dull, off-white, stone-gray, solid, gray, canescent, iron-gray, self-colored, ashy, sable, achromatic, silver grey, ebon, soot black, iron-grey, chalky, blackish, inky, snowy, washed-out, pitchy, slaty, ash gray, diatonic, silvery, hueless, pearly, monochromic, faded, snow-white, whitish, silverish, monochromatic, grayish, lily-white, slatey, milk-white, silver, pearly-white, jet.
Synonyms for chromatic:
hue, color scheme, secondary color, grayscale, primary color, greyscale.
technicolor, tonality, discoloration.
Other synonyms and related words:
blood-red, blue-green, darkness, reddish, golden, green, dark-green, brown, prismatic, purplish red, variegated, brownish, mosstone, vermilion, musciform, multicolored, varicolored, pinkish, yellowish, chestnut, caramel brown, rust, cress green, cerulean, minor, mosslike, orange, earthlike, gold, watercress, snuff, jade, ultramarine, stone, lavender, shade, coral, pink, olive, sage, cherry, ochre, bluish, mauve, coppery, cinnabar, bright blue, roseate, caramel, ruby, kaleidoscopic, sky-blue, bronzy, tonic, honey, copper colored, dark-brown, olive brown, sorrel, magenta, polychrome, moss green, canary, major, azure, brownish-red, sapphire, tawny, scarlet, bronze, yellow, polychromatic, purplish, chukker-brown, cerise, maroon, avocado, various, ruddy, mossy, russet, motley, sage green, coloring, orangish, tangerine, amber, crimson, varied, carmine, aureate, chinese-red, sharp, light-blue, xanthous, snuff-brown, yellow-brown, blueish, cresson, mouselike, blae, amethyst, violet, dark blue, flat, fuscous, tannish, mummy-brown, depth, discoloration, reddish orange, taupe, carnation, brownish-orange, red, brownish yellow, greenish, ruby-red, umber, chartreuse, rosy, mousy, rusty, beige, tone, gilt, blue, lilac, purple, color, cyan, hazel, blushful, bluish green, buff, rose-red, dun, flash, cherry red, vermillion, multihued, straw, teal, mouse-colored, gilded, ocher, tan, rosaceous, red carpet, rainbow, rose, pea green, khaki.
gaudy, dyed, tinted, colored, inky, motley, garish, hued, multicolored, colorful, bright-hued, vivid, shaded, florid, prismatic, rich, rainbow-like, lurid, kaleidoscopic, full-colored, stained, intense, painted, High-colored, spectral, variegated, brilliant.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
cherry, yellow, ultramarine, blood-red, blueish, coral, azure, brownish-red, carmine, violet, jade, tan, gilded, cherry red, light-blue, pinkish, cress green, mosstone, bronzy, sage, brownish, stone, rusty, caramel brown, coppery, straw, scarlet, greenish, dark-green, dun, chukker-brown, gilt, umber, copper colored, cinnabar, honey, blae, Sea green, amethyst, yellow green, mossy, brownish yellow, fuscous, bronze, chinese-red, ochre, snuff-brown, taupe, bluish green, dark blue, ruby, mosslike, brownish-orange, musciform, mousy, olive, golden, lavender, beige, crimson, sky-blue, olive brown, powder blue, rosaceous, sorrel, xanthous, avocado, cyan, rose, maroon, canary, orangish, vermillion, reddish, Light Green, purple, gold, pink, caramel, tannish, blue-green, russet, cerise, earthlike, rose-red, rosy, blue, snuff, teal, amber, dark-brown, ruby-red, jade green, cresson, mauve, roseate, canary yellow, moss green, chartreuse, khaki, tawny, bluish, brown, green, pea green, bright blue, yellow-brown, aureate, orange, vermilion, magenta, olive drab, lilac, Bottle green, peacock blue, carnation, buff, mouse-colored, yellowish, ocher, blushful, hazel, purplish, watercress, red, ruddy, sapphire, tangerine, mouselike, cerulean, mummy-brown, rust, sage green.
Usage examples for chromatic:
- They had, too, a peculiar iridescent beauty as if there was something in their composition or their texture which split up the chromatic elements of the sunlight and thus produced internal rainbow effects that caused some of the heavier cloud masses to resemble immense collections of opals, alive with the play of ever- changing colors and magically suspended above the planet. - "Edison's Conquest of Mars", Garrett Putman Serviss.