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color spectrum

n. the distribution of colors produced when light is dispersed by a prism [syn: visible spectrum]

Usage examples of "color spectrum".

It was rather as if the full color spectrum had just breezed in by transport and, on arrival, blown up.

Stars vanished into a streaky mess that turned color spectrum laws into a maniac's dream.

I decided I liked the silver better, although my eyes were readjusting to the normal color spectrum.

The color spectrum codes from red through blue represent the various fee levels.

At least one percent of the visible color spectrum was not represented anywhere in those pastel douds that evening.

The color spectrum seemed painfully truncated without the infrared, ultraviolet, radiation bands spiraling outward to infinity.

Your eyes have been taking in the color spectrum red through orange.

The dense vegetation blotted out most of the color spectrum from the little sunlight that reached him, leaving only green and blue mixed with gray.

Now he didn't know a lot about the color spectrum, but he did know that the eye, when faced with gold, did not automatically conjure up purple.