Examples of discolor in a Sentence
The fabric is guaranteed not to discolor.
The wine stain discolored the rug.
Recent Examples of discolor from the Web
When the city switched water supplies, this rust began to be stripped away, strongly discoloring the water and leaching the large amounts of lead from that rust into the water.
It’s under layers of layers of varnish, which discolors over time.
But Angsuvarn didn’t trust the cleaning products on the mass market, which often discolored his shoes.
Forecasters call for a chilly Sunday with a high of 50 degrees, almost 20 degrees colder than Saturday’s forecast high, meaning some of the information gathered in Saturday practices will be discolored by Sunday’s colder temperatures.
Excessive moisture smothers and kills roots, leading to discolored and dying foliage.
The mold is discoloring the paint not only on walls but also on our murals.
There were discolored, damp books and papers sitting on shelves in the school.
At the mobile hospital on Sunday, Luz Alverio was with her 72-year-old sister, Irma, whose legs are swollen and discolored from infected insect bites.
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Origin and Etymology of discolor
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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