color-line definition

  • noun:
    • in america, the personal or political type of demarkation between your white or prominent course and people of pure or blended African lineage.
    • plural In seal-engraving, and in heraldic work in monochrome, fine parallel lines etched upon the industry the old-fashioned appearance of heraldic colors.
    • In psychophysics: The overview associated with the plane figure (circle, square, triangle) gives a diagrammatic representation of shade feelings and their interrelation.
    • Any straight-line joining two points on or inside the solid figure (world, double cone, dual pyramid) which provides a diagrammatic representation associated with the totality of artistic sensations.

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