Antonyms of adj chromatic

2 of 3 senses of chromatic

Sense 2
chromatic (vs. diatonic) -- (based on a scale consisting of 12 semitones; "a chromatic scale")

diatonic (vs. chromatic) -- (based on the standard major or minor scales consisting of 5 tones and 2 semitones without modulation by accidentals)

Sense 3
chromatic (vs. achromatic) -- (being or having or characterized by hue)

achromatic (vs. chromatic), neutral -- (having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white")
        => argent, silver, silvery, silverish -- (of lustrous grey; covered with or tinged with the color of silver; "silvery hair")
        => ash-grey, ash-gray, ashy -- (of a light grey)
        => blackish -- (of something that is somewhat black; "blackish clouds")
        => black-grey, black-gray, blackish-grey, blackish-gray -- (of dark grey)
        => blue-white, bluish-white, cool-white -- (of white tinged with blue)
        => blue-grey, blue-gray, bluish-grey, bluish-gray -- (of grey tinged with blue)
        => blue-black, bluish black -- (of black tinged with blue)
        => brown-black, brownish-black -- (of black tinged with brown)
        => brown-grey, brown-gray, brownish-grey, brownish-gray -- (of grey tinged with brown)
        => canescent -- (of greyish white; "the canescent moon")
        => chalky -- (of something having the color of chalk; "she turned chalky white")
        => charcoal, charcoal-grey, charcoal-gray -- (of a very dark grey)
        => coal-black, jet, jet-black, pitchy, sooty -- (of the blackest black; similar to the color of jet or coal)
        => cottony-white -- (of something as white as cotton; "cottony-white clouds")
        => dull-white -- (of a dull shade of white)
        => ebon, ebony -- (of a very dark black)
        => grey, gray, greyish, grayish -- (of an achromatic color of any lightness intermediate between the extremes of white and black; "the little grey cells"; "gray flannel suit"; "a man with greyish hair")
        => grey-black, gray-black, greyish-black, grayish-black -- (of black tinged with grey)
        => grey-white, gray-white, greyish-white, grayish-white -- (of white tinged with grey)
        => greenish-grey, greenish-gray -- (of grey tinged with green)
        => green-white, greenish-white -- (of white flowers tinged with green)
        => hueless -- (of something totally lacking in saturation and therefore having no hue)
        => ink-black, inky, inky-black -- (of the color of black ink)
        => iron-grey, iron-gray -- (of the grey color of iron)
        => lily-white -- (of a pure white color)
        => milk-white -- (of a white the color of fresh milk)
        => olive-grey, olive-gray -- (of grey tinged with olive)
        => oxford-grey, oxford-gray, dark-grey, dark-gray -- (of a dark shade of grey)
        => pearl grey, pearl gray -- (of a grey with a pearly tinge)
        => pearly, pearly-white -- (of a white the color of pearls)
        => pinkish-white -- (of white tinged with pink)
        => purple-black, purplish-black -- (of black tinged with purple)
        => purple-white, purplish-white -- (of white tinged with purple)
        => red-grey, red-gray, reddish-grey, reddish-gray -- (of grey tinged with red)
        => sable -- (of a dark somewhat brownish black)
        => silver-grey, silver-gray, silvery-grey, silvery-gray -- (of grey resembling silver)
        => silver-white, silvery-white -- (of a white that resembles silver)
        => slate-black -- (of a black tinged with slate-grey)
        => slate-grey, slate-gray, slaty-grey, slaty-gray, slaty, slatey, stone-grey, stone-gray -- (of the color of slate or granite; "the slaty sky of dawn")
        => snow-white, snowy -- (of the white color of snow)
        => soot-black, sooty-black -- (of the black color of soot)
        => violet-black -- (of black tinged with violet)
        => white-flowered -- ((of plants) having white flowers)
        => whitish, off-white -- (of something having a color tending toward white)
        => yellow-grey, yellow-gray, yellowish-grey, yellowish-gray -- (of grey tinged with yellow)
        => yellow-white, yellowish-white -- (of a white tinged with yellow)

Similarity of adj chromatic

3 senses of chromatic

Sense 1
chromatic -- (able to refract light without spectral color separation; "chromatic lens")

Sense 2
chromatic (vs. diatonic) -- (based on a scale consisting of 12 semitones; "a chromatic scale")

Sense 3
chromatic (vs. achromatic) -- (being or having or characterized by hue)
       => amber, brownish-yellow, yellow-brown -- (of a medium to dark brownish yellow color)
       => amber-green -- (of green tinged with amber)
       => amethyst -- (of a moderate purple color)
       => auburn -- ((of hair) colored a moderate reddish-brown; "auburn hair")
       => aureate, gilded, gilt, gold, golden -- (having the deep slightly brownish color of gold; "long aureate (or golden) hair"; "a gold carpet")
       => avocado -- (of the dull yellowish green of the meat of an avocado)
       => azure, cerulean, sky-blue, bright blue -- (of a deep somewhat purplish blue color similar to that of a clear October sky; "October's bright blue weather")
       => beige -- (of a light greyish-brown color)
       => blackish-brown -- (of brown tinged with black)
       => blackish-red -- (of red tinged with black)
       => blae -- (of bluish-black or grey-blue)
       => blue, bluish, blueish -- (of the color intermediate between green and violet; having a color similar to that of a clear unclouded sky; "October's bright blue weather"- Helen Hunt Jackson; "a blue flame"; "blue haze of tobacco smoke")
       => bluish green, blue-green, cyan, teal -- (of a bluish shade of green)
       => blue-lilac, bluish-lilac -- (of lavender tinged with blue)
       => blue-purple, bluish-purple -- (of purple tinged with blue)
       => blue-violet, bluish-violet -- (of violet tinted with blue)
       => blushful, rosy -- (of blush color; "blushful mists")
       => bottle-green -- (of a dark to moderate greyish green color)
       => bright-red, raspberry-red -- (of the red of fresh raspberries)
       => bronze, bronzy -- (of the color of bronze)
       => bronze-red -- (of red tinged with bronze)
       => brown, brownish, chocolate-brown, dark-brown -- (of a color similar to that of wood or earth)
       => brown-green, brownish-green -- (of green tinged with brown)
       => brown-purple, brownish-purple -- (of dark purple tinted with brown)
       => buff -- (of the yellowish-beige color of buff leather)
       => buff-brown -- (of brown tinged with buff)
       => canary, canary-yellow -- (having the color of a canary; of a light to moderate yellow)
       => caramel, caramel brown -- (having the color of caramel; of a moderate yellow-brown)
       => carnation -- (pink or pinkish)
       => chartreuse -- (of something having the yellowish green color of Chartreuse liqueur)
       => chestnut -- ((of hair or feathers) of a golden brown to reddish brown color; "a chestnut horse"; "chestnut hair")
       => chestnut-brown -- ((of hair or feathers) of brown tinged with chestnut)
       => coppery, copper colored -- (of something having the color of copper)
       => coral -- (of a strong pink to yellowish-pink color)
       => coral-red -- (of red tinged with coral)
       => creamy -- (of the color of cream; "creamy translucent pebbles")
       => creamy-yellow -- (yellow with a creamy tinge)
       => cress green, cresson, watercress -- (of a moderate yellow-green color that is greener and deeper than moss green and yellower and darker than pea green)
       => crimson-magenta -- (magenta tinged with crimson)
       => crimson-purple -- (purple tinged with crimson)
       => crimson-yellow -- (yellow tinged with crimson)
       => dark-blue -- (of a dark shade of blue)
       => deep-pink -- (of a deep shade of pink)
       => deep-yellow -- (of something having the color of a pumpkin)
       => dull-purple -- (of a dull shade of purple)
       => dun -- (of a dull greyish brown to brownish grey color; "the dun and dreary prairie")
       => earthlike -- (earth colored; of something having a color of soil or earth; "a range of earthlike colors")
       => fuscous, taupe -- (of something having a dusky brownish grey color)
       => golden-yellow -- (of yellow tinged with gold)
       => golden-brown -- (of brown tinged with gold)
       => golden-green -- (of green tinged with gold)
       => grey-blue, gray-blue, greyish-blue, grayish-blue -- (of blue tinged with grey)
       => grey-brown, gray-brown, greyish-brown, grayish-brown -- (of brown tinged with grey)
       => grey-green, gray-green, greyish-green, grayish-green -- (of green tinged with grey)
       => grey-pink, gray-pink, greyish-pink, grayish-pink -- (of pink tinged with grey)
       => green, greenish, light-green, dark-green -- (of the color between blue and yellow in the color spectrum; similar to the color of fresh grass; "a green tree"; "green fields"; "green paint")
       => greenish-brown -- (of brown tinged with green)
       => hazel -- (of a light brown or yellowish brown color)
       => hazel-brown -- (of brown tinged with hazel)
       => honey -- (of something having the color of honey)
       => jade, jade-green -- (of something having the color of jade; especially varying from bluish green to yellowish green)
       => khaki -- (of a yellowish brown color)
       => lavender, lilac, lilac-colored -- (of a pale purple color)
       => lavender-tinged -- (of something tinged with lavender)
       => light-blue, pale blue -- (of a light shade of blue)
       => lilac-blue, violet-blue -- (of blue tinged with lavender)
       => lilac-pink, lavender-pink, violet-pink -- (of pink tinged with lavender)
       => lilac-purple -- (of purple tinged with lilac)
       => magenta -- (of deep purplish red)
       => magenta pink -- (of pink tinged with magenta)
       => maroon, brownish-red -- (of dark brownish to purplish red)
       => maroon-purple -- (of purple tinged with maroon)
       => mauve -- (of a pale to moderate greyish violet color)
       => mauve-blue -- (of blue tinged with mauve)
       => mauve-pink -- (of pink tinged with mauve)
       => moss green, mosstone -- (of a moderate somewhat dull yellow-green color)
       => mousy, mousey, mouse-colored, mouselike -- (of something having a drab pale brown color resembling a mouse; "a mousy brownish-grey color"; "mousy hair"; "mouse-colored hair")
       => ocher, ochre -- (of a moderate orange-yellow color)
       => olive-brown -- (of a brown color with a greenish tinge)
       => olive-drab, drab -- (of a light brownish green color)
       => olive -- (of a yellow-green color similar to that of an unripe olive)
       => orange, orangish -- (of the color between red and yellow; similar to the color of a ripe orange)
       => orange-red, orangish-red -- (of red tinged with orange)
       => orange-brown -- (of brown tinged with orange)
       => peachy, peachy-colored, peachy-coloured -- (of something resembling a peach in color)
       => peacock-blue -- (of bright greenish blue)
       => pea-green -- (of a moderate slightly yellowish-green color)
       => pink, pinkish -- (of a light shade of red)
       => pink-lavender, pinkish-lavender -- (of lavender tinged with pink)
       => pink-orange, pinkish-orange, salmon -- (of orange tinged with pink)
       => pink-red -- (of red tinged with pink)
       => pink-tinged -- (of a color tinged with pink)
       => pink-purple, pinkish-purple -- (of purple tinged with pink)
       => powder blue, powdery-blue -- (of a moderate to pale blue or purplish blue)
       => purple, violet, purplish -- (of a color intermediate between red and blue)
       => purple-blue, purplish-blue -- (of blue tinged with purple)
       => purple-brown, purplish-brown -- (of brown tinged with purple)
       => purple-green, purplish-green -- (of green tinged with purple)
       => purple-lilac, purplish-lilac -- (of lavender tinged with purple)
       => purple-red, purplish-red -- (of red tinged with purple)
       => purple-tinged, purple-tinted -- (of a color tinged with purple)
       => red, reddish, ruddy, blood-red, carmine, cerise, cherry, cherry-red, crimson, ruby, ruby-red, scarlet -- (of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange); resembling the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies)
       => red-brown, reddish-brown, mahogany-red -- (of brown tinged with red)
       => red-lavender, reddish-lavender -- (of something having a lavender color tinged with red)
       => reddish-pink -- (of a pink color that is close to red)
       => red-orange, reddish-orange, flame-orange -- (of orange tinged with red)
       => red-purple, reddisn-purple -- (of purple tinged with red)
       => red-violet, reddish-violet -- (of violet tinged with red)
       => rose, roseate, rosaceous -- (of something having a dusty purplish pink color; "the roseate glow of dawn")
       => rose-red -- (of a deep slightly bluish red color)
       => rose-lilac, rose-lavender -- (of lavender tinged with rose)
       => rose-mauve -- (of mauve tinged with rose)
       => rose-purple, rosy-purple -- (of purple with a rose tinge)
       => rose-tinted, rose-tinged -- (of a color tinged with rose)
       => russet -- (of brown with a reddish tinge)
       => rust, rusty, rust-brown -- (of the brown color of rust)
       => rust-red, rusty-red -- (of a red color tinged with rust)
       => rusty-brown -- (of something having the brown color of rust)
       => sage, sage-green -- (of the grey-green color of sage leaves)
       => sapphire -- (of something having the color of a blue sapphire; "sapphire eyes")
       => scarlet-crimson -- (of crimson tinged with scarlet)
       => scarlet-pink -- (of pink tinged with scarlet)
       => sea-green -- (of the color of the sea; bluish green)
       => silver-blue, silvery-blue -- (of something having a color that is a light shiny blue)
       => silver-green, silvery-green -- (of something having a color that is a light shiny green)
       => snuff, snuff-brown, mummy-brown, chukker-brown -- (snuff colored; of a greyish to yellowish brown)
       => sorrel, brownish-orange -- (of a light brownish color)
       => stone -- (of any of various dull tannish or grey colors)
       => straw -- (of a pale yellow color like straw; straw-colored)
       => sulfur-yellow, sulphur-yellow -- (of something having the yellow color of sulfur)
       => tan -- (of a light yellowish-brown color)
       => tannish -- (of a color resembling tan)
       => tangerine -- (of a strong reddish orange color)
       => tawny, tawny-brown -- (of a light brown to brownish orange color; the color of tanned leather)
       => ultramarine -- (of a brilliant pure blue to purplish blue color)
       => umber -- (of the color of any of various natural brown earth pigments)
       => vermilion, vermillion, cinnabar, Chinese-red -- (of a vivid red to reddish-orange color)
       => vinaceous -- (of the color of wine)
       => violet-tinged, violet-tinted -- (of something that is tinged with violet)
       => white-pink -- (of pink tinged with white; a light tint of pink)
       => wine-red -- (of something having the dark red color of red wine)
       => yellow, yellowish, xanthous -- (of the color intermediate between green and orange in the color spectrum; of something resembling the color of an egg yolk)
       => yellow-beige, yellowish-beige -- (of beige tinged with yellow;)
       => yellow-green -- (of a color midway between yellow and green)
       => yellow-orange, yellowish-orange -- (of orange tinged with yellow)
       => yellow-tinged -- (of a color tinged with yellow)
          Also See-> chestnut#1; colored#1, coloured#1, colorful#3

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