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Adj.1.bluish-gray - of grey tinged with blue
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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Your leg?" shouted the commander with a tone of suffering in his voice, while there were still five men between him and Dolokhov with his bluish-gray uniform.
Dessert was an unusual ice cream in a bluish-gray shade.
At first glance, Enceladus looks too frigid to host life due to its bluish-gray surface.
American hornbeam, a small understory tree common in our Eastern woodlands, has a bluish-gray, closefitting bark whose smooth surface is broken up by sinewy ripples.
But if it ends up in the dermis, you don't get enhancement and clinically it's more of a bluish-gray pigment.
Lead is a heavy, low melting, bluish-gray metal that occurs naturally in the earth's crust.
Wu also pioneered cold stinky tofu, which is served covered with crispy flakes of seaweed-flavoured batter, the edges of the tofu slab a bluish-gray. Across Taiwan, deep-fried stinky tofu is commonly sold at stalls in night markets, where its odour carries for long distances.
A dermoscopy was performed and showed a white halo, peripheric bluish-gray areas, and a central pore with a brown structure (Fig.
We suggest that color change in adults occurs through the ongoing deposition of melanins, with eumelanin making individuals more bluish-gray and pheomelanin making individuals more reddish-brown.
When the couple walk along the shore, the camera follows them from behind and I can practically see the threads in the man's bluish-gray sweater.
Puerto Princesa City - With their dusky crowns, napes, shadowy eye stripes, bluish-gray mandibles, thin brown legs, and rusty cinnamon-colored heads and necks radiating under the heat of the golden morning sun, nearly two dozen Philippine ducks (Anas luzonica) can be seen frolicking and winging their ways over Lake Manguao in the once monarch-ruled town of Taytay in northern Palawan.