Definition of "hued" []

  • Having a given hue, aspect, or character. Often used in combination: rosy-hued; dark-hued. (adjective)
  • Having a hue or colour as specified (adjective)

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  • (in combination) (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "hued" in a sentence
  • "With their artists christened after algebra jargon and song titles hued from the eighties, n5MD have long been one of the most reliable imprints in town, flitting from their early glitch-everything origins to the mellow guitar stoners of recent years. n5MD ( "No Fives, Mini Discs!", not"
  • "But Polly! many-hued, protean-natured, he never knew what she was going to do next."
  • "He figured briefly and to the point, and the adventure became iridescent-hued, splendid."