Definitions for vividˈvɪv ɪd
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graphic, lifelike, pictorial, vivid(adj)
evoking lifelike images within the mind
"pictorial poetry and prose"; "graphic accounts of battle"; "a lifelike portrait"; "a vivid description"
having the clarity and freshness of immediate experience
"a vivid recollection"
bright, brilliant, vivid(adj)
having striking color
"bright dress"; "brilliant tapestries"; "a bird with vivid plumage"
(of color) having the highest saturation
"vivid green"; "intense blue"
A felt-tipped permanent marker.
clear, detailed or powerful
bright, intense or colourful
Origin: From vividus, from vivere, akin to vita, Greek βίος.
true to the life; exhibiting the appearance of life or freshness; animated; spirited; bright; strong; intense; as, vivid colors
forming brilliant images, or painting in lively colors; lively; sprightly; as, a vivid imagination
Vivid is the debut album by the American heavy metal band Living Colour, which was released on May 3, 1988. The band was discovered by Mick Jagger while playing a show at punk club CBGB's in 1987. The fact that Living Colour is an all-black heavy metal band drew much attention to the band and the album, which contained three singles and became one of the most popular albums of 1988, reaching #6 on the Billboard 200 and certified double platinum by the RIAA. The band would later receive a Grammy for their next studio release, Time's Up. The song "Funny Vibe" features a cameo appearance from Public Enemy's Chuck D and Flavor Flav. Vivid is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. It also contains a cover version of the Talking Heads' "Memories Can't Wait."
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