high colour

high colour

(hardware)
A colour depth of 16 (or 15) bits per pixel.

Compare true colour.
References in classic literature ?
But New York had so long resigned itself to Medora that only a few old ladies shook their heads over Ellen's gaudy clothes, while her other relations fell under the charm of her high colour and high spirits.
His face was perfectly round, and he had a very high colour, a white skin, red cheeks, and red lips.
Mary Ann was a tall girl too, somewhat dark like her mother, but with a round full face and a high colour in her cheeks.
He was a muscular man with a high colour and silvery locks curling round his bald pate and over his ears, like a barocco apostle.
She was a dark, elegant, alert girl in black, with a high colour and very quick, dark eyes; and after the ordinary interval she followed him into the inner room to take his order.
They had a high colour, and eyes that glistened with brilliancy; their legs, feet, and arms were small and elegantly formed; their ankles, and sometimes their wrists, were ornamented by broad bracelets of blue beads.
The gentleman was a plump, thickly-set man, about thirty, fashionably dressed, with a high colour, red lips and moustaches.
Such a letter could not be read without putting Anne in a glow; and Mrs Smith, observing the high colour in her face, said--
Digitally printed on to 100% cotton using reactive dyes which gives high colour quality.
Q: I have high colour, does this mean I can't use a blusher?
Sasha's got a high colour so I've avoided going too light as that would exaggerate her rosy skin tone,' explained colour pro Kenneth.
Behaving like a combination of pigments and dyes, Euroglow colours offer a high colour strength to both powder and solution, making them particularly suitable for powdered drinks.