Definition of 'discoloration'
Example sentences containing 'discoloration'
`There has to be some tarnishing or discoloration, an indication that the thing has been underwater for half a century.A DAYSTAR OF FEAR (2004)
`But discoloration where a previous owner's name had been painted out.PASSION IN THE PEAK (2004)
The blue-purple discoloration of the bone of the mastoid air cells was typical of drowning, though not proof of it.AMAGANSETT (2004)
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