Having parts, sections, or areas colored differently from each other; pied.(adjective)
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Use "parti-colored" in a sentence
"Cellophane sachets of what looks like parti-colored popcorn from a crypt, promising to scent your home, your clothes, your life."
"But his retinue,—that squalid, sordid, parti-colored band of vacant, dull-faced filth and viciousness—was writhing over the land, and he and they seemed almost crouching underneath the scorpion lash of one tall skeleton, that looked like Death, and the twisted woman whom men call Pain."
"For two or more centuries America has marched proudly in the van of human hatred,—making bonfires of human flesh and laughing at them hideously, and making the insulting of millions more than a matter of dislike,—rather a great religion, a world war-cry: Up white, down black; to your tents, O white folk, and world war with black and parti-colored mongrel beasts!"