Noun(1) a complex pattern of constantly changing colors and shapes(2) an optical toy in a tube; it produces symmetrical patterns as bits of colored glass are reflected by mirrors
(1) A chameleon was shifting to match the kaleidoscope of colour given off by the lights of a gramophone record store.(2) You present a sliver, a little glass piece of the kaleidoscope , a tiny little prism, in which you may see the greater war, but you may not.(3) But for now, however, we're all happy being just one - small - piece of the media kaleidoscope .(4) The three mirrors in the kaleidoscope are what provides the dance of ministry pieces and programs.(5) the dancers moved in a kaleidoscope of color(6) THE FRAGMENTS BEGIN to come together, like the slowly forming pattern of a kaleidoscope .(7) Contrast trim vests inspire the imagination in an enthusiastic kaleidoscope of colour, from shimmering violet to turquoise, interspersed with highlights of electric blue and orange.(8) They're a kaleidoscope of colors ranging from pastel tints to vibrant blues, greens, reds, purples, jades, and buffs in a wide variety of shades.(9) the dancers moved in a kaleidoscope of colour(10) None of that kaleidoscope - coloured rice; here it's a calm soft beige, scented with fresh green chilli and cinnamon, wafting the distinctive perfume unique to true Indian basmati rice.(11) Is it a kaleidoscope that catches patterns at angles?(12) The principal commodities were depth defensemen, who rotated among teams in a dizzy kaleidoscope , and some intriguing goalie switches.(13) Bewilderment and helplessness and dismay mingled strangely, played out in a clashing kaleidoscope , vivid against the colourlessness of everything else.(14) It was like a kaleidoscope but definitely the strangest kaleidoscope she had ever seen.(15) A virtual kaleidoscope of colour inundate not only the standing piles, but also overrun old fallen timbers that overlap, forming small overhangs and grottoes.(16) I was so taken by the kaleidoscope of colour, I got carried away sowing poppies.
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