spectral colour

spectral colour
noun
a color that has hue
Hypernyms: ↑color, ↑colour, ↑coloring, ↑colouring
Hyponyms:
red, ↑redness, ↑orange, ↑orangeness, ↑salmon, ↑yellow, ↑yellowness, ↑blond, ↑blonde, ↑green, ↑greenness, ↑viridity, ↑blue, ↑blueness, ↑purple, ↑purpleness, ↑pink, ↑brown, ↑brownness, ↑olive, ↑pastel, ↑complementary color, ↑complementary
Substance Meronyms: ↑saturation, ↑chroma, ↑intensity, ↑vividness

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