riot of color(s)

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riot of color(s)

That which contains an array of many different, contrasting colors. I love watching the sun go down here. The whole horizon turns into a riot of colors. Her paintings are typically riots of color, so the stark, minimalistic palette in this work is especially striking.
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riot of color

Cliché a selection of many bright colors. The landscape was a riot of color each autumn.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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On cold, gray Bronx mornings, I often ache for the warm riot of colors of my Dominican Republic: miles of brilliant, blue-green ocean, fiery oranges and vivid greens in open-air markets, pastels brightening both glorious and hauntingly dilapidated houses.