The aspect of color in the Munsell color system by which a sample appears to differ from a gray of the same lightness or brightness and that corresponds to saturation of the perceived color.(noun)
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Use "chroma" in a sentence
"The term chromatic derives from the Greek word chroma, meaning color."
"The name chromium was derived from the Greek word chroma which means color, in reference to the fact that chromium is known to cause a number of colors in a variety of materials."
"You've defined the word chroma as both the "absence of white" and "the intensity of distinctive hues"."