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yellowish-brown

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  • The glass was permanently colored an opaque, yellowish-brown.

    KILLING WILLIS

  • The town drinking water here, right next to Entergy's biggest nuke thus far, is a shade of yellowish-brown that I haven't seen since I first moved into the UNO dorm and could watch the protozoa swimming around they were in Cabo!

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • The place was small, with walls that were a dirty yellowish-brown from decades of cigarette smoke.

    Highborn

  • His skin was a yellowish-brown, leached pink and milk-white in places by a dermatologic disease that often afflicts people of color in the South.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • They were marched to a yellowish-brown tent city near the old Luftwaffe base at Fassberg, then told they would be loading coal into the planes flying to Berlin.

    Daring Young Men

  • A haze of yellowish-brown hangs over the hills; I watch from my office window as it glowers at the city.

    Thoughts on fire. « A Bird’s Nest

  • His skin was a yellowish-brown, leached pink and milk-white in places by a dermatologic disease that often afflicts people of color in the South.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • The glass was permanently colored an opaque, yellowish-brown.

    KILLING WILLIS

  • A haze of yellowish-brown hangs over the hills; I watch from my office window as it glowers at the city.

    2008 November « A Bird’s Nest

  • The waters of the Tiber were fast and high, flexed by yellowish-brown whirlpools and writhing currents.

    CONSPIRATA

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