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chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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I was shocked to see the Huygens region had sprouted two distinctly orange-pink areas that weren't there a few moments before
The fresh fig is filled with the following: hundreds of miniscule seeds, brilliant orange-pink flesh, and the bodies of dead male wasps.
A deep-sea crustacean, they are orange-pink in colour and grow up to nine or ten inches and are best enjoyed grilled with rock salt.
For a less conventional theme for Christmas displays, use the delightful Sunset that has unusual orange-pink flowers, or any of the Blackthorn Group that produces pink-tinted flowers on black stems.
The shrub - an Oleander - had dark green leaves and pale, orange-pink flowers.
They were orange-pink in colour, star shaped and travelled in silent convoy at 10 second intervals at 'helicopter' height.
The orange-pink delicacy - a member of the lobster family also called Dublin Bay prawns - were once shovelled overboard as fishermen's unwanted by-catch.
Conversely, beryl is rather rare, though corroded masses of orange-pink morganite have occasionally been found in pockets.