having striking color
"colorful autumn leaves"
striking in variety and interest
"a colorful period of history"; "a colorful character"; "colorful language"
colored, coloured, colorful(adj)
having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination
"colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
Possessing prominent and varied colors.
Interesting, multifaceted, energetic, distinctive.
Profane, obscene, offensive (usually in the phrase colourful language).
Colorful is a manga by Torajirō Kishi which was adapted into a 16-episode anime series. The episodes are composed of vignettes typically involving men and teenage boys attempting to catch a glimpse of women's panties and/or look down their blouses. The episodes are fast-paced, experimental in animation and sound and music, manic and very short, about seven minutes each, and filled with comedy. The show is rather ambiguous as to whether it supports the fetishes it deals with or not. The perpetrators within the show usually fail at their attempt to catch a glimpse, get caught in the act, or suffer Karmic retribution. Anime fanatics tend to either love or hate the series as it is considered either wildly funny, or tasteless and depraved. Colorful shares similarities with Golden Boy in several ways: most notably the inclusion of one of the characters acting the bizarre toilet fetish of Kintaro Oe in one of the episodes. The opening theme is "Boku no Taion wa 37.5 C." by Yūko Miyamura. The English DVD was released on March 18, 2003 and was distributed by A.D. Vision. Some puns were left out of this dub, but were included in A.D.V. subtitles. One such pun involves Steve referring to his panties shots as "Japan's exotic upside-down Fuji".
To use bright colors.
The school was colorful, bright, airy, spacious and the children loved it.Submitted by MaryC on April 9, 2020
The numerical value of colorful in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of colorful in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Throughout the investigation, we met a lot of colorful characters, and some things that were said were surprising. The majority were just people who wanted to get their 15 minutes and there was n’t much we [ could have done ] with that information.
But the Dead Rabbit is more than the sum of its liquid parts, fusing as it does colorful historical references to the city’s 19th-century Water Street rough-neck pub set and Lower Broadway’s genteel cocktail imbibers in an atmosphere of Irish-American hospitality.
The painting portrays a colorful landscape of symbolic characters representing social injustice, the tragic events in Ferguson and the lingering elements of inequality in modern American society.
Nemtsov was a very colorful political figure.
Many say that this is the revival of the Russian Orthodox Church, we use a more colorful expression.
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- колоритен, цветист, интересенBulgarian
- pestrý, barevnýCzech
- blomstrende, farverigDanish
- lleno, lleno de color, florido, de colorSpanish
- ئاڵوواڵا, rengîn, ڕهنگاوڕهنگKurdish
- wielobarwny, kolorowyPolish
- яркий, колоритныйRussian
- đầy sinh lực, báng bổ, đầy nghị lực, rực rỡVietnamese
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