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Modes of Colours.       §4. Those of Colours are also very various: Some we take notice
of, as the different degrees, or as they are termed, Shades of the same
Colour. But since we very seldom make assemblages of Colours,
either for Use or Delight, but Figure is taken in also, and has its
part in it, as in Painting, Weaving, Needle-works, etc. those which
are taken notice of, do most commonly belong to mixed Modes, as
being made up of Ideas of divers kinds, viz. Figure and Colour, such
as Beauty, Rainbow, etc.
Locke Hum II, 18, §4, p. 224