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ach·ro·mat·ic / ˌakrəˈmatik; ˌākrə-/ • adj. 1. relating to, employing, or denoting lenses that transmit light without separating it into constituent colors. 2. poetic/lit. without color: achromatic gloom.

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achromatic. Architecture without colour, or only with white and black, or white and gold, commonly found in early examples of the Greek Revival.

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achromatic

achromatic (ak-roh-mat-ik) adj. without colour.
achromasia (ak-roh-may-ziă) n.

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