- adj. of a dull shade of white
“Each carried several dull-white missiles slung from pylons under the wings,”
“His eye was caught first by the dull-white slash of a tent roof; then the wagon took shape.”
“Other structures supported giant mirrors — each stretching miles across, Daeman realized through his screaming — which were reflecting or beaming blue or yellow or dull-white shafts of energy to still other mirrors.”
“The ripe seeds are dull-white or greenish-white, with veins radiating from the eye; broad, kidney-shaped, much flattened, seven-eighths of an inch long, and two-thirds of an inch broad.”
“August, in long clusters; and are of a dull-white color.”
“The ripe beans are dull-white, veined, oblong, often shortened at the ends, a third of an inch long, and nearly a fourth of an inch in width and thickness.”
“The ripe seeds are dull-white or greenish-white, mottled and clouded with purple.”
“A sub-variety of the Common Sieva; the principal if not the only mark of distinction being in the variegated character of the seeds, which are dull-white, spotted and streaked with purple.”
“The _European white birch_ (_Betula alba_) has a dull-white bark like the native white birch, but has smooth terminal twigs instead of rough ones.”
“Distinguishing characters: The * dull-white color of the bark* on the trunk and the _dark triangular patches below the insertion of the branches_ distinguish this tree; see Fig. 50.”
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