Definition of hued
: colored —usually used in combination green-hued
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That smoke creates milky-hued skies, making for a vivid sunset.
These charming, multi-hued mood-elevators have been found throughout the North Shore and at various locations, from the Mandeville lakefront to parish libraries.
The drive into the park winds down into the canyon, past spectacular, soaring, red-hued sandstone walls, through a mile-long tunnel to a visitor's center.
Lorde Lorde took a break from her dark-hued wardrobe to step out in something much brighter.
Finally, senior Lela Thompson took home the Frank Agostino Award for Excellence in Design, Construction and Workmanship for her deep-hued special-occasion pieces.
American viewers became familiar with Al-Jazeera after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, when its golden-hued Arabic logo became synonymous with video messages by America’s then-Most Wanted Terrorist, Osama bin Laden.
Near Joe Marty’s Bar & Grille at the 15th Street intersection, brightly hued chalk drawings decorated the street.
On his latest album Atrocity Exhibition, Danny Brown, rap's number-one goth kid, favors darkly hued melodies and tones that out him as another high profile disciple.
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First Known Use of hued
before 12th century
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: having a specified type of color
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