flesh-coloured

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flesh-coloured

adj
1. (Colours) art of a yellowish-pink to yellowish-grey colour, roughly that of the skin of a White person
2. (Art Terms) art of a yellowish-pink to yellowish-grey colour, roughly that of the skin of a White person
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Adj.1.flesh-coloured - having a bright red or pinkish color
colored, coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
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flesh-coloured

flesh-colored (US) [ˈfleʃˌkʌləd] ADJdel color de la piel
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One evening he tied two cats together by their hind legs with a string about six feet in length, and threw them from the wall into the midst of that noble, that princely, that royal bed, which contained not only the "Cornelius de Witt," but also the "Beauty of Brabant," milk-white, edged with purple and pink, the "Marble of Rotterdam," colour of flax, blossoms feathered red and flesh colour, the "Wonder of Haarlem," the "Colombin obscur," and the "Columbin clair terni.
However, a new fruit called Albion bred by the University of California, which has good skin and flesh colour and crops year-round, is tipped to be the next winner with consumers.