Definitions

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  • adj. of pink tinged with grey

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Examples

  • In the grey-pink light the whole world had changed.

    Exit the Actress

  • The weak sun had turned the palace a grey-pink, and the shadowy grass was wet beneath our feet.

    Exit the Actress

  • On either side the doorway crouched massive grey-pink lions wrought in stone, the heavy outspread paws and firm-set haunches resting at royal ease.

    Mr. Achilles

  • Suddenly she slithered out her slender grey-pink tongue and licked its nose.

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  • The exquisitely weathered tints of grey-pink and orange that its ancient red sandstone walls have taken on with the centuries, its many gables and towers rising in summer-time out of a sea of greenery, the richness of its architectural details, make Glamis a thing apart.

    The Days Before Yesterday

  • The front was brocade, laid upon a ground of grey-pink, shot with orange, and the effect was such as is seen when the sun hangs behind a lowering grey cloud, tinged with pink.

    Muslin

  • Egrets, white against the grey-pink sky, are floating upriver to roost in the winterthorn trees in the middle of Dad's bananas.

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  • Which after 20 years is now dingy, stained, grey-pink that never looks clean, even after professional cleaning ...

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