Synonyms for Coloring:

n.

aspartame, tincture, caffeine, additive, dye, curd, albumin, butterfat, stain, colorant, pigment, dyestuff, carbohydrate, ascorbic acid, colors. art, carving, collage, arts and crafts, complexion, art form, brass rubbing, ceramics, belles lettres, batik. cover, flash, darkness, disguise, show, depth, color scheme, discoloration, chromatic, pretext, contrast, guise, face, window dressing, veil, masquerade, pretense, veneer, mask, cloak, false colors, put on, Disguisement, front. act (noun)
colouring.
color (noun)
colorant.
coloration (noun)
staining, tinting, shading, complexion.
coloring (noun)
colouring, Food Colour, food coloring, colour, color, Food Colouring, food color.
food (noun)
colouring, food coloring, Food Colour, Food Colouring, food color.
misrepresentation (noun)
false colors.

v.

coloring (verb)
painting, tinting, Inking, dying, shading, staining.
variegating (verb)
Checking, colorizing, Checkering, Dappling, Freckling, striping, Streaking, Flecking, Tessellating, marbling, Striating.

Other synonyms:

aspartame, false colors, ceramics, albumin, dyestuff, belles lettres, carbohydrate, caffeine, Disguisement, butterfat, batik, window dressing, tincture, carving, brass rubbing, art form, ascorbic acid, curd, color scheme, additive, colorant. collage, complexion, discoloration, guise, arts and crafts, pigment, masquerade, chromatic. veneer, art, disguise. cloak, dye, front, pretext, darkness. put on, mask, veil. pretense. depth. face. flash. food colour
Food Colour.
food colouring
Food Colouring.

Usage examples for coloring

  1. I thought, said Wilbur, coloring that if I said anything about knowing you, before I was appointed, it would look as though I had done it to get a pull. – The Boy With the U. S. Foresters by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
  2. " It is my aunt, and she is agitated over Mr. Risley's accident," he said, coloring a little. – The Portion of Labor by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  3. He had brown hair and brown eyes; and a certain warmth of coloring which showed through the deep bronze of his skin hinted at a sanguine and somewhat impatient temperament. – Vane of the Timberlands by Harold Bindloss