- adj. of pink tinged with grey
“My .45 was smeared with a grayish-pink clay, and I wiped it clean with a wet handkerchief and pointed the barrel downward and hit it to free it of any obstructions inside.”
“A pair of impossibly long, rope-tendoned arms flexed grayish-pink in the glare.”
“Nor is he interested in reforming ordinary language: “I am no more recommending that in ordinary discourse we refuse to say that a pianist who misses a note has performed a Chopin Polonaise than that we refuse to call a whale a fish, the earth spherical, or a grayish-pink human white””
“The evening fog had drifted in from the bay, blanketing the cozy little seaside town with a soft grayish-pink light.”
“There was a high bluff in that direction, and between it and the Ponypiles a strip of flat grayish-pink plain, splotched here and there with whitish and dark patches.”
“There was something long and shapeless squirming in her hand, something grayish-pink and wrinkled.”
“The Secret Service office was full of grayish-pink morning and yellow lights left on from the night before.”
“Our ship was the last to pass up through the clouds, and it was a strange sight to watch the others as one after another they rose toward the great dome, entered it, though from below it resembled a solid vault of grayish-pink marble, and disappeared.”
“The ovaries are of a grayish-pink color, and present either a smooth or a puckered uneven surface.”
“It was always a little late when I finished my lessons, and the light was usually fading when I looked down at the great meadows that appeared inexpressibly melancholy as they stretched before me enwrapped in a grayish-pink mist.”
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