yellowish-gray love

Definitions

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  • adj. of grey tinged with yellow

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He describes it as "intermediate between yellowish-gray and light broccoli-brown of Werner."

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  • There was no writing or explanation on the front of it, and the article clippings inside were becoming yellowish-gray and wilted around the edges.

    Finding Dignity

  • What he saw was a young man whose skin was a pallid yellowish-gray under the brilliant kitchen lights.

    The Dark Tower

  • Her hair was yellowish-gray and she had large, inquisitive hazel eyes.

    Garden of Shadows

  • They are ovoid, usually 3. 5-6 cm long with a diameter of 2. 5-3.5 cm, and covered with a thin parchment-like skin and yellowish-gray in colour.

    Chapter 33

  • She struck her fire-starting flint against the yellowish-gray chunk of iron pyrite.

    The Mammoth Hunters

  • A strange thing about the two men guarding him: the nail on the little finger of each hand was over an inch long, curved and sharp and yellowish-gray, like the talon of a hawk.

    Kahawa

  • His face was a yellowish-gray white, his tendoned hands gripped rigidly the arms of his chair.

    Masters Of The Vortex

  • The yellow jonquils, too, are swelling, and the geraniums are throwing out their scarlet flame across wide stretches of greensward, while the violets are nodding at the feet of the gigantic magnolias, whose huge yellowish-gray buds will soon burst into white beauty, crowning this noblest of flower-bearing trees.

    Southern Stories Retold from St. Nicholas

  • Tom took two or three from under the bran, and showed her the eggs, which were yellowish-gray mottled with red-brown.

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