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kaleidoscopic

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Etymology

From kaleidoscope < Ancient Greek καλός (kalos) "good" + εἶδος (eidos) "image" + σκοπός (skopos) "watcher"

Pronunciation

Adjective

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Positive
kaleidoscopic

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  1. Of, relating to, or produced by a kaleidoscope.
  2. Brightly coloured and continuously changing in pattern, as if in a kaleidoscope.

Usage notes

  • Sometimes used figuratively.

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