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color    : [k'ʌlɚ] [k'ɔlɚ]
Color \Col"or\ (k[u^]l"[~e]r), n. [Written also {colour}.] [OF.
color, colur, colour, F. couleur, L. color; prob. akin to
celare to conceal (the color taken as that which covers). See
{Helmet}.]
1. A property depending on the relations of light to the eye,
by which individual and specific differences in the hues
and tints of objects are apprehended in vision; as, gay
colors; sad colors, etc.
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Note: The sensation of color depends upon a peculiar function
of the retina or optic nerve, in consequence of which
rays of light produce different effects according to
the length of their waves or undulations, waves of a
certain length producing the sensation of red, shorter
waves green, and those still shorter blue, etc. White,
or ordinary, light consists of waves of various lengths
so blended as to produce no effect of color, and the
color of objects depends upon their power to absorb or
reflect a greater or less proportion of the rays which
fall upon them.
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2. Any hue distinguished from white or black.
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3. The hue or color characteristic of good health and
spirits; ruddy complexion.
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Give color to my pale cheek. --Shak.
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4. That which is used to give color; a paint; a pigment; as,
oil colors or water colors.
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5. That which covers or hides the real character of anything;
semblance; excuse; disguise; appearance.
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They had let down the boat into the sea, under color
as though they would have cast anchors out of the
foreship. --Acts xxvii.
30.
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That he should die is worthy policy;
But yet we want a color for his death. --Shak.
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6. Shade or variety of character; kind; species.
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Boys and women are for the most part cattle of this
color. --Shak.
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7. A distinguishing badge, as a flag or similar symbol
(usually in the plural); as, the colors or color of a ship
or regiment; the colors of a race horse (that is, of the
cap and jacket worn by the jockey).
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In the United States each regiment of infantry and
artillery has two colors, one national and one
regimental. --Farrow.
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8. (Law) An apparent right; as where the defendant in
trespass gave to the plaintiff an appearance of title, by
stating his title specially, thus removing the cause from
the jury to the court. --Blackstone.
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Note: Color is express when it is averred in the pleading,
and implied when it is implied in the pleading.
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{Body color}. See under {Body}.

{Color blindness}, total or partial inability to distinguish
or recognize colors. See {Daltonism}.

{Complementary color}, one of two colors so related to each
other that when blended together they produce white light;
-- so called because each color makes up to the other what
it lacks to make it white. Artificial or pigment colors,
when mixed, produce effects differing from those of the
primary colors, in consequence of partial absorption.

{Of color} (as persons, races, etc.), not of the white race;
-- commonly meaning, esp. in the United States, of negro
blood, pure or mixed.

{Primary colors}, those developed from the solar beam by the
prism, viz., red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and
violet, which are reduced by some authors to three, --
red, green, and violet-blue. These three are sometimes
called {fundamental colors}.

{Subjective color} or {Accidental color}, a false or spurious
color seen in some instances, owing to the persistence of
the luminous impression upon the retina, and a gradual
change of its character, as where a wheel perfectly white,
and with a circumference regularly subdivided, is made to
revolve rapidly over a dark object, the teeth of the wheel
appear to the eye of different shades of color varying
with the rapidity of rotation. See {Accidental colors},
under {Accidental}.
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Color \Col"or\, v. i.
To acquire color; to turn red, especially in the face; to
blush.
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Color \Col"or\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Colored}; p. pr. & vb. n.
{Coloring}.] [F. colorer.]
1. To change or alter the hue or tint of, by dyeing,
staining, painting, etc.; to dye; to tinge; to paint; to
stain.
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The rays, to speak properly, are not colored; in
them there is nothing else than a certain power and
disposition to stir up a sensation of this or that
color. --Sir I.
Newton.
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2. To change or alter, as if by dyeing or painting; to give a
false appearance to; usually, to give a specious
appearance to; to cause to appear attractive; to make
plausible; to palliate or excuse; as, the facts were
colored by his prejudices.
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He colors the falsehood of [AE]neas by an express
command from Jupiter to forsake the queen. --Dryden.
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3. To hide. [Obs.]
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That by his fellowship he color might
Both his estate and love from skill of any wight.
--Spenser.
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color
adj 1: having or capable of producing colors; "color film"; "he
rented a color television"; "marvelous color
illustrations" [synonym: {color}, {colour}] [ant: {black and
white(p)}, {black-and-white}]
n 1: a visual attribute of things that results from the light
they emit or transmit or reflect; "a white color is made up
of many different wavelengths of light" [synonym: {color},
{colour}, {coloring}, {colouring}] [ant: {achromaticity},
{achromatism}, {colorlessness}, {colourlessness}]
2: interest and variety and intensity; "the Puritan Period was
lacking in color"; "the characters were delineated with
exceptional vividness" [synonym: {color}, {colour}, {vividness}]
3: the timbre of a musical sound; "the recording fails to
capture the true color of the original music" [synonym: {color},
{colour}, {coloration}, {colouration}]
4: a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race
(especially Blacks) [synonym: {color}, {colour}, {people of
color}, {people of colour}]
5: an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately
misleading; "he hoped his claims would have a semblance of
authenticity"; "he tried to give his falsehood the gloss of
moral sanction"; "the situation soon took on a different
color" [synonym: {semblance}, {gloss}, {color}, {colour}]
6: any material used for its color; "she used a different color
for the trim" [synonym: {coloring material}, {colouring
material}, {color}, {colour}]
7: (physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their
role in the strong interaction; "each flavor of quarks comes
in three colors" [synonym: {color}, {colour}]
8: the appearance of objects (or light sources) described in
terms of a person's perception of their hue and lightness (or
brightness) and saturation [synonym: {color}, {colour}]
v 1: add color to; "The child colored the drawings"; "Fall
colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film" [synonym:
{color}, {colorize}, {colorise}, {colourise}, {colourize},
{colour}, {color in}, {colour in}] [ant: {discolor}]
2: affect as in thought or feeling; "My personal feelings color
my judgment in this case"; "The sadness tinged his life"
[synonym: {tinge}, {color}, {colour}, {distort}]
3: modify or bias; "His political ideas color his lectures"
[synonym: {color}, {colour}]
4: decorate with colors; "color the walls with paint in warm
tones" [synonym: {color}, {colour}, {emblazon}]
5: give a deceptive explanation or excuse for; "color a lie"
[synonym: {color}, {colour}, {gloss}]
6: change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts
discolored" [synonym: {discolor}, {discolour}, {colour}, {color}]

1006 Moby Thesaurus words for "color":
Adrianople red, Alice blue, Arabian red, Argos brown, Bordeaux,
Brunswick black, Brunswick blue, Burgundy, Capri blue,
Cassel yellow, Chinese blue, Chinese white, Claude tint,
Cologne brown, Columbian red, Congo rubine, Copenhagen blue,
Dresden blue, Dutch orange, Egyptian green, English red,
French blue, French gray, Gobelin blue, Goya, Guinea green,
India pink, Indian red, Irish green, Janus green, Kelly green,
Kendal green, Kildare green, Klangfarbe, Lincoln green,
Majolica earth, Mars orange, Mars violet, Mexican red, Mitis green,
Montpellier green, Nile green, Paris green, Paris yellow,
Persian blue, Persian red, Pompeian blue, Prussian blue,
Prussian red, Quaker green, Roman umber, Saint Benoit, Saxe blue,
Saxony green, Schweinfurt green, Spanish green, Spanish ocher,
Tanagra, Tangier ocher, Technicolor, Titian, Turkey red,
Turkey umber, Tyrian purple, Vandyke red, Vienna green,
Wedgwood blue, Wedgwood green, absinthe, acid yellow, acier, acorn,
acting, action, adjunct, adorn, adornment, affect, affectation,
air, alabaster, alesan, alibi, alizarin brown, allow for,
allowance, amber, amethyst, amidonaphthol red, anagnorisis,
aniline black, aniline blue, annatto, anthracene brown,
anthragallol, antique brown, antique gold, any color, apology,
appearance, apple green, apply paint, apricot, aqua green,
aquamarine, architectonics, architecture, argument, arrangement,
array, arsenic yellow, ash, ash gray, atmosphere, attitude,
attitudinizing, aureolin, autumn leaf, avocado green, azo blue,
azo-orange, azulene, azure, azurite blue, baby blue, background,
badge, balance, banner, barium sulfate, bat, bearing, beautify,
bedaub, bedeck, bedizen, begild, belie, bend, benzoazurine, beryl,
beryl green, besmear, besprinkle, bias, bice, biscuit, bister,
blanc fixe, blanch, blazon, bleu celeste, blind, blond, blood,
blue black, blue turquoise, bluff, bluffing, blush, bone black,
bone brown, bottle green, bracken, brand, breathe, breed, brew,
bright color, bright rose, brightness, brilliance, brow,
brush on paint, brushwork, buff, bunny brown, burgee, burgundy,
burlesque, burnt Roman ocher, burnt almond, burnt carmine,
burnt ocher, burnt rose, burnt sienna, butter, cadet blue,
cadmium orange, cadmium yellow, cafe noir, calamine blue,
calcimine, camouflage, canary, carbon black, cardinal, caricature,
carmine, carnation, carnelian, carotene, carriage, cartoon, cast,
cast of countenance, catastrophe, celadon, censor, cerulean, chalk,
chamois, champagne, change color, character, characterization,
charcoal, chartreuse, chartreuse green, chartreuse tint,
chartreuse yellow, cheating, chestnut, chrome, chrome black,
chrome lemon, chrome orange, chrome oxide green, chrome red,
chrome yellow, chromogen, chrysophenin, chrysoprase green,
ciba blue, cinder gray, cinnabar, citron green, civette green,
clan, clang color, claret, clematis, cloak, cloud gray, coat,
coat of paint, coating, cobalt, cobalt green, cochineal, coconut,
color filter, color gelatin, color patterns, color up, colorant,
colorfulness, coloring, colors, complexion, complication,
composition, conceal, continuity, contrivance, copper, copper red,
coptic, copy, corbeau, cordovan, cornflower, countenance, cover,
cover story, cover-up, cramoisie, crash, crayon, cream, cresol red,
crimson, crocus, crosshatch, crystal gray, cucumber green, cyan,
cyanine blue, cypress green, dab, dahlia, damask, damson,
dandelion, dandify, darken, dash off, daub, dead leaf, dead-color,
deception, deck, deck out, decoct, decontamination, decor,
decorate, decoration, deep-dye, delft blue, delineate, delusion,
demeanor, denomination, denouement, depict, description, design,
designation, development, device, diagram, diminish, dip, disguise,
dispose, dissemblance, dissembling, dissimulation, distemper,
distort, dizen, doeskin, doll up, doodle, double-dye, dove gray,
drab, draft, draftsmanship, draw, dredge, dress, dress up, drier,
drop black, duck green, dun, dye, dyestuff, ease, edit, eggshell,
elaboration, embellish, embellishment, emblazon, emblazonment,
emblazonry, emblem, embroider, embroidery, emerald, emeraude,
enamel, engild, enrich, ensign, entincture, episode, erythema,
exaggerate, excuse, extenuate, extenuating circumstances,
extenuation, extenuative, exterior paint, fable, facade, face,
facial appearance, faded rose, fake, fakery, faking,
falling action, false air, false front, false show, falsify,
falsity, fast-dye, favor, feather, feature, features, feigning,
feint, fiesta, fig out, fir, fire red, fix up, flag, flame,
flat coat, flat wash, flavor, flax, flesh, flesh color, flesh red,
floor enamel, floridity, floridness, flourish, flower arrangement,
flush, foliage brown, form, four-flushing, fox, fraud, fresco,
front, frown, fuchsia, fuchsine, fudge, furbish,
furniture arrangement, gaiety, gamboge, garb, garble, garnish,
garnishment, garniture, garter blue, genre, genus, gild, gilding,
gilt, gimmick, glare, glauconite, glaucous, glaucous blue,
glaucous gray, glaucous green, glaze, gloss, gloss over, glow,
glower, gnarl, golden pheasant, gonfalon, gorgeousness, grace,
grain, grape, grass green, green ocher, grege, ground, grouping,
grow red, growl, guise, gules, gun metal, gussy up, handle, hatch,
hazel, helianthin, heliotrope, henna, high color, holly green,
honey, honey yellow, hue, humbug, humbuggery, hyacinth,
hyacinth red, identification, identity, ignore, ilk, illuminate,
illumination, imbrue, imbue, imperial purple, imposture,
impregnate, incarnadine, incident, incline, indigo, indigo white,
induce, infiltrate, influence, infrared, infuse, ingrain, instill,
intensity, interior paint, iron gray, iron red, isamine blue,
ivory, ivory black, jack, jade, japan, jockey, jonquil,
jouvence blue, kidney, kin, kind, label, lacquer, lake,
lame excuse, lampblack, lapis lazuli blue, lavender, lavender blue,
lay on color, lead, lead gray, leaf green, leather, leaven,
lemon chrome, lessen, light red, lilac, limn, line, lineaments,
lines, liver brown, livid pink, lobster, local color, locus standi,
look black, look daggers, looks, lot, lower, loyalties, madder,
madder blue, madder crimson, madder lake, madder orange,
madder pink, madder rose, madder yellow, magenta, magnify, maize,
make, make allowance for, malachite green, mallow, mallow pink,
mandarin, manner, mantle, maple sugar, marigold, marine blue, mark,
maroon, mask, masquerade, massicot, mauve, meadow brook, medium,
melon, meretriciousness, metanil yellow, methyl green,
methyl orange, methyl yellow, methylene azure, methylene blue,
mien, mignonette, milori green, mince, miscite, miscolor,
misconstrue, misdirect, misinterpret, misquote, misrender,
misreport, misrepresent, misstate, misteach, misuse, mitigate,
mitigation, mold, moleskin, monsignor, mood, moonlight, moss green,
motif, mouse gray, move, movement, mulberry, mummy, murrey, myrtle,
mythos, naphthol yellow, nature, navy, navy blue, negro,
neutral tint, new blue, number, ocher brown, ocher orange,
ocher red, oil yellow, old blue, old gold, old ivory, old red,
olive, olive brown, olivesheen, opal gray, opaque color,
orange chrome yellow, orange lead, orange madder, orange mineral,
orange ocher, orchid, orchid rose, oriflamme, oriole, ornament,
ornamentation, orpiment, orpiment red, ostensible motive,
ostentation, otter brown, outward show, overcharge, overdraw,
overpaint, overstate, oxblood, oxide brown, pad, paint,
paint a picture, painterliness, pale, palladium red, palliate,
palliation, palliative, pansy, pansy violet, parget, parody,
parrot green, partridge, patina green, peach, peachblossom pink,
peacock blue, pearl, pearl gray, pebble, pelican, pencil,
penetrate, pennant, pennon, pepper-and-salt, peripeteia, permeate,
perspective, persuade, persuasion, pervade, pervert, philamot,
phosphine, phylum, physiognomy, picture, picturize, pigment,
pigmentation, pink, plan, platinum, plausibility, playacting, plot,
plum, plumbago gray, pompadour green, ponceau, pontiff purple,
poor excuse, poppy, port, portray, pose, posing, position, posture,
powder blue, powder gray, prank, prank up, predispose, preen,
presence, pretense, pretension, pretext, prettify, prime,
prime coat, primer, priming, primp, primp up, primrose,
primuline yellow, prink, prink up, prompt, protestation,
public motive, puce, pumpkin, pure color, purple lake, purree,
put-off, put-on, pyrethrum yellow, qualification, quince yellow,
race, raisin, raw sienna, raw umber, realgar, realgar orange,
recognition, red, red lead, red ocher, red pink, red race, redden,
reddishness, redecorate, redness, redo, refuge, refurbish,
regal purple, representation, reseda, resorcin dark brown,
richness, rising action, roan, roccellin, rose, rose pink, rouge,
royal pink, royal purple, rubine, rubor, ruby, ruddle, rufosity,
russet, saffron, salmon, sand, sap green, saturate, saturation,
scarlet madder, scheme, scowl, scratch, screen, scumble, sea blue,
sea-water green, seal, season, secondary plot, seeming, semblance,
serpentine green, set off, set out, shade, shading, shadow, sham,
shamrock, shape, shell pink, shellac, shocking pink, show, silver,
simulacrum, simulation, sketch, sky blue, slant, slop on paint,
slur over, smalt, smarten, smarten up, smear, smoke blue,
smoke gray, smoke screen, snap, snapdragon, snarl, soft-pedal,
soften, soften up, softening, solferino, sort, species,
speciousness, spit, spruce up, squirm with self-consciousness,
stain, stalking-horse, stammel, stammer, stamp, stance, stand,
standard, steel blue, steel gray, steep, stencil,
stil-de-grain yellow, stipple, story, strain, stratagem, straw,
strawberry, streamer, stripe, structure, style, subject, subplot,
subterfuge, suffuse, sulfur, sunflower yellow, suntan, sway,
switch, symbols, taint, tangerine, tartrazine, taupe, tawny,
tea rose, technique, temper, tempera, tenne, terra cotta,
terra sienna, terra umbra, terre-verte, the like of, the likes of,
thematic development, theme, thinner, timbre, tinct, tinction,
tincture, tinge, tint, titivate, toast, toluidine red, tonality,
tone, tone color, tone quality, topaz, topic, torture, trace,
traits, transfuse, transparent color, travesty, treatment, tribe,
trick, trick out, trick up, trim, trimming, trypan blue, turn,
turn color, turn pale, turn red, turpentine, turps, turquoise,
twist, type, ultramarine, umber, undercoat, undercoating,
understate, values, variety, varnish, vehicle, veil, verd gay,
verdant green, verdet, verdigris, vermilionette, violet, viridian,
viridine green, visage, vividness, warp, wash, wash coat,
wear down, weigh with, white lead, whiten, whitewash, whitewashing,
window dressing, wine, wine purple, woad, work, wrench, xanthene,
xanthin, yellow madder, yellow ocher, zaffer, zinc orange,
zinc oxide, zinc sulfide, zinc white

{colour}

COLOR, pleading. It is of two kinds, namely, express color, and implied
color.
2. Express color. This is defined to be a feigned matter, pleaded by
the defendant, in an action of trespass, from which the plaintiff seems to
have a good cause of action, whereas he has in truth only an appearance or
color of cause. The practice of giving express color in pleas, obtained in
the mixed actions of assize, the writ of entry in the nature of assize, as
well as in the personal action of trespass. Steph. on Plead. 230; Bac. Ab.
Trespass, 14.
3. It is a general rule in pleading that no man shall be allowed to
plead specially such plea as amounts to the general issue, or a total denial
of the charges contained in the declaration, and must in such cases plead
the general issue in terms, by which the whole question is referred to the
jury; yet, if the defendant in an action of trespass, be desirous to refer
the validity of his title to the court, rather than to the jury; he may in
his plea stated his title specially, by expressly giving color of title to
the plaintiff, or supposing him to have an appearance of title, had indeed
in point of law, but of which the jury are not competent judges. 3 Bl. Com.
309. Suppose, for example, that the plaintiff wag in wrongful possession of
the close, without any further appearance of title than the possession
itself, at the time of the trespass alleged, and that the defendants,
entered upon him in assertion of their title: but being unable to set forth
this title in the pleading, in consequence of the objection that would arise
for want of color, are driven to plead the general issue of not guilty. By
this plea an issue is produced whether the defendants are-guilty or not of
the trespass; but upon the trial of the issue, it will be found that the
question turns entirely upon a construction of law. The defendants say they
are not guilty of the trespasses, because they are not guilty of breaking
the close of the plaintiff, as alleged in the declaration; and that they are
not guilty of breaking the close of the plaintiff, because they themselves
had the property in that close; and their title is. this, that the father of
one of the defendants being seised of the close in fee, gave it in tail to
his eldest son, remainder in tail to one of the defendants; the eldest son
was disseised, but made continual claim till the death of the disseisor;
after whose death, the descent being cast upon the heir, the disseisee
entered upon the heir, and afterwards died, when the remainder took effect
in the said defendant who demised to the other defendant. Now, this title
involves a legal question; namely, whether continual claim will no preserve
the right of entry in the disseisee, notwithstanding a descent cast on the
heir of the disseisor. (See as to this point, Continual Claim.) The issue
however is merely not guilty, and this is triable by jury; and the effect,
therefore, would be, that a jury would have to decide this question of law,
subject to the direction upon it, which they would receive from the court.
But, let it be supposed that the defendants, in a view to the more
satisfactory decision of the question, wish to bring it under the
consideration of the court in bank, rather than have it referred to a jury.
If they have any means of setting forth their title specially in the plea,
the object will be attained; for then the plaintiff, if disposed to question
the sufficiently of the title, may demur to the plea, and thus refer the
question to the decision of the judges. But such plea if pleaded simply,
according to the state of the fact, would be informal for want of color; and
hence arises a difficulty.
4. The pleaders of former days, contrived to overcome this difficulty
in the following singular manner. In such case as that supposed, the plea
wanting implied color, they gave in lieu of it an express one, by inserting
a fictitious allegation of some colorable title in the plaintiff, which
they, at the same time avoided by the preferable title of the defendant. S
Step. Pl. 225 Brown's Entr. 343, for a form of the plea. Plowd. Rep. 22 b.
5. Formerly various suggestions of apparent right, might be adopted
according to the fancy of the pleader; and though the same latitude is,
perhaps, still available, yet, in practice, it is unusual to resort to any
except certain known fictions, which long usage has applied to the
particular case for example, in trespass to land, the color universally
given is that of a defective charter of the demise. See, in general, 2
Saund. 410; 10 Co. 88; Cro. Eliz. 76; 1 East, 215; Doct. Pl. 17; Doct. &
Stud. lib. 2, c. 53; Bac. Abr. Pleas, I 8; Trespass, I 4; 1 Chit. Pl. 500
Steph. on Pl. 220.
6. Implied color. That in pleading which admits by implication, an
apparent right in the opposite party, and avoids it by pleading some new
matter by which that apparent right is defeated. Steph. Pl. 225.
7. It is a rule that every pleading by way of confession and avoidance,
must give color; that is, it must admit an apparent right in the opposite
party, and rely, therefore, on some new matter by which that apparent right
is defeated. For example, where the defendant pleads a release to an action
for breach of covenant, the tendency of the plea is to admit an apparent
right in the plaintiff, namely, that the defendant did, as alleged in the
declaration, execute the deed and break the covenant therein contained, and
would therefore, prima facie, be liable on that ground; but shows new matter
not before disclosed, by which that apparent right is done away, namely,
that the plaintiff executed to him a release. Again, if the plaintiff reply
that Such release was obtained by duress, in his, replication, he impliedly
admits that the defendant has, prima facie, a good defence, namely, that
such release was executed as alleged in the plea; and that the defendant
therefore would be discharged; but relies on new matter by which the plea is
avoided, namely, that the release was obtained by duress. The plea, in this
case, therefore, gives color to the declaration, and the replication, to the
plea. But let it be supposed that the plaintiff has replied, that the
release was executed by him, but to another person, and not to the
defendant; this would be an informal replication wanting color; because, if
the release were not to the defendant there would not exist even an apparent
defence, requiring the allegation of new matter to avoid it, and the plea
might be sufficiently answered by a traverse, denying that the deed stated
in the plea is the deed of the plaintiff. See Steph. Pl. 220; 1 Chit. Pl.
498; Lawes, Civ. Pl. 126; Arch. Pl. 211; Doct. Pl. 17; 4 Vin. Abr. 552; Bac.
Abr. Pleas, &e. I 8; Com. Dig. Pleader, 3 M 40, 3-M 41. See an example of
giving color in pleading in the Roman law, Inst. lib. 4, tit 14, De
replicantionibus.



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    British English: look up lʊk ʌp VERB If you look up a piece of information, you find it out by looking in a book or list I looked your address up in your file
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    Define English English synonyms, English pronunciation, English translation, English dictionary definition of English adj 1 Of, relating to, or characteristic of England or its people or culture 2 Of or relating to the English language n 1 The people of England
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    color in (something) or color (something) in : to add color to (a shape or picture) by using markers, crayons, colored pencils etc She colored in the picture
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    skin complexion of a particular people or ethnic group, especially when other than white: a person of color; people of color; a man of color; alumni of color; children of color outward appearance or aspect; guise or show: It was a lie, but it had the color of the truth a pretext: She did it under the color of doing a good deed Painting





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