- adj. Alternative form of fleshcolored.
- adj. having a bright red or pinkish color
“A third happy man was talking about prezzies for big kids and little kids, and then Houston himself was striding back and forth across the stage in front of foot-high chapter and verse, a bible in his hand and a flesh-coloured Madonna-mike clamped to his cheek.”
“He opened the case, and there, imbedded in soft, flesh-coloured velvet, lay the magnificent piece of jewellery which he had named.”
“I painted my face, and to make myself as pitiable as possible I made a good scar and fixed one side of my lip in a twist by the aid of a small slip of flesh-coloured plaster.”
“So minimize the appearance of the bandage with a flesh-coloured elastic bandages, if you want to.”
“It even has flesh-coloured bits surrounding the edges of the plastic parts, but the decorator couldn't match 'em so didn't even try.”
“If you hang the poster on the bedroom or bathroom wall of your hovel, you'll have to draw the important parts on with flesh-coloured crayons.”
“Leith sat unprotesting as Durrell glued the tiny flesh-coloured pellet inside the fold of skin just above his right earhole.”
“I wore at the last revels, with baldric and trimmings to correspond — also two pair black silk slops, with hanging garters of carnation silk — also the flesh-coloured silken doublet, with the trimmings of fur, in which I danced the salvage man at the”
“The pigmy majesty of the captain of the fairy band had no unapt representative in Miss Digges, whose modesty was not so great an intruder as to prevent her desire to present him in all his dignity, and she moved, conscious of the graceful turn of a pretty ankle, which, encircled with a string of pearls, and clothed in flesh-coloured silk, of the most cobweb texture, rose above the crimson sandal.”
“The Times of India headlined her ‘wardrobe malfunction’ which revealed a “little bit more than she intended, courtesy of her flesh-coloured blouse”.”
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