greyish-brown


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Adj.1.greyish-brown - of brown tinged with grey
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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Female considerably smaller, greyish-brown, the lower parts lighter.
It adds a lovely nutty, rounded flavour to the batter, and they have a pleasant greyish-brown colour, a bit like the fur of a wild rabbit.
Shocked by what he saw Childers said that it was something he could not gauge but was definitely six feet tall and had a shaggy coat to it, like a greyish-brown colour.
The layer at a depth of 111-91 cm is greyish-brown (10YR/4/2--dark greyishbrown in the lower part; 10YR/5/2--greyish-brown in the upper part), massive and blockish silt containing some gravel.
Driftwood delivers a natural, weather-worn look with earthy greyish-brown tones, a clean linear grain pattern, and a unique wood grain texture.
4C in Supplementary Material) yellow or light greyish-brown with 2 broad dark brown bands of irregular shape and unsharply delimited outline, anteriorly diverging and posteriorly fused in a black triangular spot touching hind margin of vertex.
APHIS entomologists raise these insects in 21 days or so from tiny, pearl-white eggs to greyish-brown young adult moths.
6) 10-14 cm greyish-brown to dark brown bituminous mudstone containing accumulations of shelly faunas in the lower part and microlaminated, seemingly bituminous rock in the upper part.