Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling the colour beige.

Etymologies

beige +‎ -y (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Depending on what your skin tone is, that beigy color may or may not be nude.

    Gunn’s Golden Rules

  • After that, the men heaved the body on a picnic table wrapped in Glad bags and tape and rolled the carcass on its back and split the skin down the long belly, its guts oozing out—all beigy, peachy and blue like clouds of chewed bubble-gum or the bulbs of a wilted, worn-in coin purse.

    KRISTIN NACA--YOU GO, GIRL!

  • I ended up making both grandsons a pair while down there in rowan cashsoft in a delightful beigy colour I found in the local yarn store.

    Finished things:)

  • No florescent glare from up above, no cold clammy hands handing you sheets and sheets of forms to fill out, no strange stares from underneath bi-focal lenses, no beigy-grey paint peeling from the walls, no ghetto plastic chairs that are about to collapse from underneath you ....

    moschikat Diary Entry

  • Genna laughed, then admired the new carpet, telling Patsy, “This beigy color is very nice.”

    Voices Carry

  • The houses, in a new development, are similar in style, a Florida-Mediterranean look, mostly beigy-pink in color, with tile roofs, priced in the $150,000-to-$175,000 range.

    The Verdict

  • I remember seeing his Florida tan turn sort of beigy.

    Working Murder

  • Cheeks were colored with a beigy-apricot color called Fresque, which will bow next year.

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