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  • The rain was pelting him, and his steel-colored hair formed a geography through which rivulets of water coursed.

    One Thousand Incarnations and One Thousand Deaths - Part I

  • Mr. Lesieur is a former engineer, now a custodian for a local school, a trim man of seventy-three with blue eyes and neat steel-colored hair parted to the side.

    Birdology

  • Crossing the bridge above the steel-colored river, Phipps admired the familiar skyline, an expanse of steel and glass glittering in the afternoon sun.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • I watched the foam trickle over the side of Tina's mug, feeling the heat from Brad's steel-colored eyes boring through the skin on my back.

    The Devil's Bedpost

  • I'm waiting with her body for the coroner and man she looks awful:  big head torqued all crazy, yellow hair soaked in blood; face steel-colored and staring; her whole existence reduced to something as perishable as pork.

    Gorgeous World

  • The sky in the west was a metallic blue still caught between darkness and first light, the horizon layered with a long band of steel-colored clouds that could have been either dust or rain mist.

    Rain Gods

  • She had steel-colored hair and deep lines at her eyes.

    Vampire a Go-Go

  • Let the roots take over and grow up to be the fashionable steel-colored fringe I so admire.

    Greyroots Marketing (Encore Blog) (The Boomer Blog)

  • A flock of pelicans flew across the steel-colored clouds as the skyline of New Orleans became visible.

    Shiver

  • Henderson sighed, reaching up to rub at his steel-colored eyes behind his spectacles.

    Hunter,Healer[SequeltoTheSociety]

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