brownish-gray


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Adj.1.brownish-gray - of grey tinged with brown
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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When I called to see her in June, 1842, she was gone a-hunting in the woods, as was her wont (I am not sure whether it was a male or female, and so use the more common pronoun), but her mistress told me that she came into the neighborhood a little more than a year before, in April, and was finally taken into their house; that she was of a dark brownish-gray color, with a white spot on her throat, and white feet, and had a large bushy tail like a fox; that in the winter the fur grew thick and flatted out along her sides, forming stripes ten or twelve inches long by two and a half wide, and under her chin like a muff, the upper side loose, the under matted like felt, and in the spring these appendages dropped off.
* One-inch-long egg masses that are brownish-gray, waxy, and mud-like when new.
"The air quality has been so bad that everybody has been walking around with a (dust) mask." A fine layer of brownish-gray ash coated vehicles and other surfaces, and an ash plume rising from the volcano summit was visible in the distance through the hazy air.
Ploughing through the wide, brownish-gray river from morning to night in central Bangkok are duck-billed ferries, jam-packed water buses, private tour boats and dinner cruise yachts.
The car has an Oregon license plate of ZWE645 and was described by officers as brownish-gray in color.
In the left eye, diffuse, medium-sized brownish-gray keratic precipitates (KP) were observed in the corneal endothelium (Figure 1) and 2+ cells were noted in the anterior chamber.
It is lithologically represented by brownish-gray clays with jarosite tarnish and inter-layers of gray, fine-grained sandstones, and by marlaceous and sideritic concretions.
Muddiness is caused by over mixing color, creating a brownish-gray appearance that overpowers the intended color.
After graduating from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1980 (where he has taught since 1987), Gerber began painting still lifes, each depicting the same softly rendered section of his studio in one particular shade of brownish-gray oil paint--a unique blend of complementary colors--on uniform thirty-eight-inch-square canvases.
It's a drab combination of brownish-gray and yellow, quite similar to but less colorful than its closely related and more widespread Parulidae cousins, Lucy's and Nashville warblers.
The Canada goose is a wild goose with a black head and neck, white patches on the face, and a brownish-gray body native to arctic and temperate regions of North America and can be found all over North America at various times of the year.
Immature geese will typically be an off-white color or brownish-gray across their underside.