achromous

achromous

/eɪˈkrəʊməs/
adjective
rare
Uncoloured; colourless.

Origin
Late 19th century. From post-classical Latin achromos or its etymon ancient Greek ἄχρωμος colourless + -ous. Compare earlier achromatous, and also achromatistous and achroous.

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He worked to be a writer. Sadly, Joe’s prose was achromous and dull. Routinely sprinkling in words which were overused on social media did make him seem trendy so his books sold well.

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