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  • adj. of white tinged with pink


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  • Preparation: Blackened, saut é ed. GOLDEN TILEFISH Texture: Firm, pinkish-white flesh; a solid filet

    The New School

  • He yawns, stretching his wide jaws to expose the pinkish-white tissue and the long fangs barely hidden in the folds.

    Fire The Sky

  • I was surprised by the quantity of blood at first but had looked at the pictures long enough to see other things—the color of an eye, smooth skin, pinkish-white sinew.

    So Much Pretty

  • With a sound of flapping wet leather, the snake opened its enormous mouth, exposing needle-sharp, curved yellow teeth lining the shiny, pinkish-white interior.

    Black Magic

  • He reached in his pocket and pulled out a rough, rectangular piece of murky, pinkish-white crystal.


  • A pinkish-white avian fluttered out of the crowd to land without ceremony on the roo's left shoulder.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • The caper Capparis spinosa L. is a perennial spiny shrub that bears rounded, fleshy leaves and big white to pinkish-white flowers.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • But it's still about a million times more dynamic and diverse than it was when I grew up there - as evidenced by the fact that, walking through the town centre, I saw a couple of people who weren't pinkish-white and mousy.

    Home Shit Home

  • Once this yellow ring is gone, the pinkish-white jelly congeals into a hard vegetable ivory, which lasts until the fruits reach maturity and fall to the ground.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • One was a boy in wire-rimmed glasses with black skin, mottled with pinkish-white patches, who kept talking about how his mother was going to kill him.

    My Dreams Out in the Street


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