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  • He, like his brothers, was naked, and his skin from top to toe was ulfire-colored.

    A Voyage to Arcturus

  • He possessed three eyes, of different colors -- jade-green, blue, and ulfire.

    A Voyage to Arcturus

  • The whole northern atmosphere was stained with ulfire.

    A Voyage to Arcturus

  • "A compound of ulfire and blue," explained Corpang.

    A Voyage to Arcturus

  • The boles of the trees were of a deep, dark red; their leaves, high above his head, were ulfire-hued; the dead leaves on the ground were of a colour he could not name.

    A Voyage to Arcturus

  • Just as blue is delicate and mysterious, yellow clear and unsubtle, and red sanguine and passionate, so he felt ulfire to be wild and painful, and jale dreamlike, feverish, and voluptuous.

    A Voyage to Arcturus

  • The trunks were of a dark red colour and the leaves were of pale ulfire.

    A Voyage to Arcturus

  • The cliffs fronting him were composed of gaudy rocks -- vermilion, emerald, yellow, ulfire, and black.

    A Voyage to Arcturus

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