- adj. of orange tinged with pink
“This he does see in the dream—the roll of fish, the top of the skeleton, pink-orange beads in the viscous water, but mostly it's the briny salmon, the taste of life.”
“One child lifts the now pink-orange package from the ground.”
“There was a square of light ahead of me now, a glowing box of pink-orange light through slits of a vent.”
“It was a beautiful tangerine, tighltly skinned and glowing a rare pink-orange.”
“Keep stirring to ensure they are evenly cooked - you'll notice they will almost immediately turn that pink-orange colour, when they do they are done.”
“Folks wandered out in their bathrobes and pajamas to witness this gruesome nightmare purging itself of me and vice versa beneath the pink-orange blush of city streetlights.”
“Luxuriant forests of large round anemones, each one ivory or pink-orange, look like some 1960s hallucinogenic art installation.”
“Cartilage stains blue-grey, bone marrow is orange, bone is dark pink-orange, and muscle fibers are pink.”
“Nobody who has pressed their thumb to the bright glass eye of a flashlight, and seen the photons that have shot right through glowing pink-orange flesh like bullets through jelly, could ever be amazed at the invention of X-Ray.”
“I had forgotten that the green gage plums turn a beautiful pink-orange color when cooked, so instead of the monochromatic dish I had pictured, I ended up with something more reminiscent of when you first pick your own outfit for kindergarten.”
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