Noun(1) the range of colour characteristic of a particular artist or painting or school of art(2) board that provides a flat surface on which artists mix paints and the range of colors used(3) one of the rounded armor plates at the armpits of a suit of armor
(1) The mono soundtrack likewise shows its age, with a thin, tinny aural palette and a woefully underequalized dialogue track.(2) A component is brought into a container, or user interface area, from a component palette .(3) The reduced colour in this painting already reveals McCahon's sympathy for a monochrome palette .(4) His palette drew from nature: heavy, dense ochres, browns, taupes and alizarin crimson.(5) But in the end he realized that was another way he was being manipulated, his music put into a box, his musical palette circumscribed.(6) Later, however, he turned to oil on canvas; his palette became lighter, with an emphasis on yellows.(7) Raff uses colour and has a fine palette that makes the music all the more attractive especially in the final Allegro.(8) Here, the composer shows you his emotional and musical palette at its widest, if not its deepest.(9) he commands the sort of tonal palette which this music needs(10) Perhaps the rich palette of musical veins gushing out in Beloslava's songs are in some way connected to the many countries she has visited.(11) The rendering is so precise that these gouaches - each in a dominant palette of blues, greens, yellows or pinks - could pass for digital prints.(12) In this, the colour palette is darker and the drawings simpler and more stylised.(13) he commands the sort of tonal palette that this music needs(14) His minimalist style of drawing and limited palette of colours are far from painterly, however.(15) This program allows the developer to create user interfaces quickly from a palette of standard objects.(16) His musical palette constantly overflows with colour, never garish yet sometimes opulent and sometimes sombre.
(1) palette :: palet
1. pallet ::
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English to Welsh Dictionary: palette
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