hued

adjective
\ ˈhyüd How to pronounce hued (audio) \

Definition of hued

: colored usually used in combination green-hued

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For the occasion, the hairstylist wove a handful of electric-hued extensions, courtesy of colorist Aura Friedman, into the lengths of 26 models including Christina Ricci and Rainey Qualley. Zoe Ruffner, Vogue, "Batsheva’s Wild Braids Make a Compelling Case Against Primp and Polish," 13 Feb. 2019 The 65-year-old’s feet should dangle from a banana-hued lounge chair. Marcus Harrison Green, The Seattle Times, "Grandparents raising grandkids say they need more help from Washington state," 28 Dec. 2018 For the latter get-up, the entertainer went back to her Jenny from the Block roots, choosing a fur bomber with puffy, perforated sleeves and a body-hugging sandy-hued leather skirt. Liana Satenstein, Vogue, "Jennifer Lopez Puts a New York Spin on a French Girl Classic," 12 Dec. 2018 When in doubt, grab a black or dark-hued stone and toss it in whichever room needs a good energy scrub. Alyssa Nassner, Curbed, "Cleansing 101: Keeping your home’s energy in check," 17 Oct. 2018 New twists, old favorites But Japan is always experimenting — look no further than the blue-hued ramen dish at an Instagram-popular restaurant like Kipposhi, in Tokyo’s Oshiage area. The Seattle Times, "Hungry? Tokyo’s food meets visitor appetites for history and modernity," 7 Sep. 2018 The other will bemoan what the Hamptons aren’t anymore: a golden-hued magnet for artists, writers, and other assorted folk looking to do an about-face from their sophisticated city lives. Steven Stolman, Town & Country, "High Society Photographer Bert Morgan Chronicled the Hamptons' Smart Set Before Everything Changed," 13 June 2018 The 2,670 square feet of white-walled interior has plenty of character, including powder blue-hued kitchen cabinetry and thick beams. Jack Flemming, latimes.com, "Billy Bob Thornton is ready to calls it quits in his modern home in Malibu," 1 Mar. 2018 The artist is inspired by vernacular painting, but with a dark twist — imagine brightly hued canvases that feature beings both monstrous and angelic. Carolina A. Miranda, latimes.com, "Datebook: Portraits of peers, collages inspired by the African diaspora and art for feline lovers," 14 June 2018

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First Known Use of hued

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined above

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hued

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of hued

: having a specified type of color

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