From snow to jade, if you are struggling to describe a color or you just want to broaden your vocabulary.
(Although the blacks seem all the same to me.)
Tags: colors, colours, English, English language, IELTS, learn, learn english, thesaurus, toefl, vocabulary
What about “puce” and “periwinkle”?
Hi! Thank you for sharing the color thesaurus I designed. The originally created it as a writing tool to help authors explore color vocabulary. You can see my original post on my blog here: http://ingridsundberg.com/2014/02/04/the-color-thesaurus/
Superb. There are so many that are new to me.
As a man I can only see 7 colors here: white, yellow, orange, red, pink, blue, green, brown, grey and black. Yes, also as a man I can´t count well above five and purple is never going to touch my eyes while I live…
I’m just kidding, my job is video editor and I can distinguish all of the 240, it’s just that girls’ vision seems to be more fitted to appreciate subtle color changes. By the way, do you know that a book have been published containing nothing more that every possible RGB color that a human range of vision can have?
This book contains EVERY color imaginable.
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