We stood in a large, square room, evidently a dining and living-room, washed with a greyish plaster, at once warm and cool.
I had reached, I think, when I left off my plain unvarnished tale and took to maundering, that precise point in it which exhibits Roger in the act of replacing his hat upon his even then slightly greyish head and striding on.
It had odd touches ofgreyish rose, because Whistler had insisted on it.
The colour of the platinum film is of a neutral greyish black, and it often shows at the same time a faint iridescence.
Lagum ang linabhan ug dì iladlad, Washed clothes are greyish if they are not bleached.
Páyuk ang tísirt nga way ladlad, A T-shirt comes out greyish if you don’t bleach it.
Those twenty days are present to my imagination as something warm, and young, and fragrant, a sort of streak of light in my dingy, greyish life.
On the right in the fog were the twinkling lights, the innumerable church-spires of the immense city; on the left, two white horses were grazing in a meadow skirting the forest: before us stretched fields covered with greyish mists.
While still intently watching the progress of the fight, we observed a thin column of greyishbrown smoke curling up into the air from the "Juno's" consort.
The Wild Goose is the original of the tame one, and differs much in colour from her, the general tint of its feathers being a greyish black.
It is a stouter and more powerful animal than the domestic Cat, and is of a greyish colour with black stripes, something like an ordinary tabby.
The ears of the Ass are of an uncommon length; and he is of a greyish or dun colour, with a black cross on his back and shoulders.
As a compromise between these two methods they arrived at the use of a border of greyish simulated Gothic architecture to frame the central coloured figure of a window.
The earlier window has all the features of the distant landscape put in with the leads, while in the later one they are delicately painted on greyish blue; especially note this in the well scene.
The greyish white substance was found to consist of silica, alumina, sulphate of lime, and a little oxide of iron and magnesia.
A lump of soft, ochrey red-brown ironstone, coated with a thin layer of greyish white substance.
His color is a pale greyish brown with a metallic flush.
The moonlight cast a greyish tinge over his figure, hunched against the staircase wall.
Madame Lamotte was in black with touches of lilac colour, Annette in greyish lilac linen, with cream coloured gloves and hat.
He was too pale, a greyish tinge all over his face; he poured out water, and began feverishly washing.
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