concolorous

adjective con·col·or·ous \(ˈ)kän¦kələrəs, kənˈk-\
variants: less commonly

concolorate

\-rə̇t\ or

concolor

\ˈkänˌkələ(r)\

Definition of concolorous

  1. 1 :  of the same color as a specified article —used especially to describe one part of an insect by comparison with another thorax concolorous with abdomen

  2. 2 :  of uniform color

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Origin and Etymology of concolorous

concolorous, concolorate from Latin concolor + English -ous or -ate; concolor from Latin, from com- + color


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