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- adj. Alternative form of fleshcolored.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the normal color of the skin of a white person.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a bright red or pinkish color
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Put Lady Gaga in anything -- flesh-colored bra, black bustier, meat dress, artillery-undie extravaganza -- and it doesn t matter.
Put Lady Gaga in anything -- flesh-colored bra, black bustier, meat dress, artillery-undie extravaganza -- and it doesn't matter.
One look in the mirror proved that everyone would recognize the cheap flesh-colored cap that formed the base of the wig.
Richard St. Clair created some inspired costumes for Phaedra, including a flesh-colored gown to suggest nudity for her attempted seduction of Hippolyt in Act I; and in Act II, a fabulous draped black number made her look like a ferocious bird of prey as she climbed atop the cowering Hippolyt's cage.
Lockley reached for a pot of flesh-colored powder.
The salesgirl wore a flesh-colored top with stitching down the middle that looked like sutures.
The reeking flowers had withered, their petals dropped to reveal small, flesh-colored fruits.
Also, he noted what had already caught his eye before – a tiny strip of flesh-colored courtplaster on the forehead over one eve.
Chris Wallace looks weird in HD -- like someone smeared him with a flesh-colored crayon.
A bit farther off the sweetened view, protracted by easel, a pinch of flesh-colored
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