Of or composed of radiation of more than one wavelength: polychromatic light. (adjective)
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Use "polychromatic" in a sentence
"She and Mr. Sauerbruch design what she calls polychromatic buildings, which incorporate color as a building material."
"Their walls are covered with paintings of the highest interest; their ceilings are rich in polychromatic decoration; and many are adorned with pillared porches cut in the solid rock."
"This inevitably begins by voluntarily connecting a personal story to a larger one, or several larger ones, and is a purpose-driven path to express polychromatic civic values."