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Old 07-24-2008, 10:19 AM   #267
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Light, Bright, Non-color

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Originally Posted by MisterCamaro69 View Post
That don't make any sense. What's your definition of a light, bright, and non-color, get scientific if you like I'll keep up.
First allow me to help you with your grammar. "That don't make sense" should be "that doesn't make sense. Now to reply to your comment: Light, an antonym would be “darkness”, an adjective would be “subtle” or “pale”.
Bright, an antonym would be “dark”, an adjective would be “sunlit” or “vivid”,
Non-color- This I may have to take back because if something lacks color or if it is of non-color than it has no interest or vividness. I think if someone was to say that the Camaro lacked interest or vividness we would have to tak’em’out. However, black, gray and white are considered “lacking a manifestation of color”. Thanks for keeping up!

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