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- adj. Having a color that is a mixture of white and red; gray-violet.
- n. A colour that is a mixture of white and red; grey-violet
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A color mixed of white, and red, or a gray violet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A pale-purple or gray-violet color.
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The only colours catalogued are white, cray, gridelin, musk and red; the only "music's instruments" -- a flagelet, a dreum, and a hurdy-gurdy.
A tint of rosy coral comes gradually to life on the summit of the Libyan mountains, standing out from the gridelin shadows which, in the heavens, were the rearguard of the night.
The only colours catalogued are _white, cray, gridelin, musk_ and _red_; the only ` ` music's instruments '' -- _a flagelet, a dreum_, and a _hurdy-gurdy_.
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