- Deprived of color, or given the wrong color; pale, stained.
- (obsolete) Multicolored.
- 1590, Spenser, Edmund, The Faerie Queene, book III, canto XI:
- More sundry colours, then the proud Pauone / Beares in his boasted fan, or Iris bright, / When her discolourd bow she spreds through heauens hight.
- (deprived of color): bleached, decoloured, whitened
- (given the wrong color): blemished, maculate, tarnished; see also Thesaurus:discolored
- (multicolored): motley, multihued, polychromatic; see also Thesaurus:multicolored
deprived of color
- simple past tense and past participle of