buff-colored


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Adj.1.buff-colored - having a buff 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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Brooke, conscious of having weakened the blasts of the "Trumpet" against him, by his reforms as a landlord in the last half year, and hearing himself cheered a little as he drove into the town, felt his heart tolerably light under his buff-colored waistcoat.
Brooke, and within ten yards of him, the effigy of himself: buff-colored waistcoat, eye-glass, and neutral physiognomy, painted on rag; and there had arisen, apparently in the air, like the note of the cuckoo, a parrot-like, Punch-voiced echo of his words.
Examples of gold breeds include Rhode Island Reds, New Hampshire Reds, many of the buff-colored breeds, and Brown Leghorns.
Meet Dory, a beautiful, 13-year-old, buff-colored cat.
A door opens and an old man appears in a white knee-length shirt and a buff-colored pair of linen pants.
GSSF has some significant DNA from Bianchi Cup, including the buff-colored, tombstone-shaped D-l target and the Bianchi Falling Plate Rack, both of which track back to the late, great world champion, Ray Chapman.
Its buff-colored exterior and inset casement windows are a contemporary translation of the limestone-faced prewar apartment buildings of Greenwich Village
Shells embellish the firepit of buff-colored Mexican beach cobbles and boulders set in mortar.
Across from the buff-colored Town Hall is a darker building in neo-Gothic style, known as the King's House (even though, no king has ever lived there).
Willie is a super sweet and handsome buff-colored (pale orange) 6- to 8-year-old kitty with some white highlights and large, expressive eyes.
Loose, hasty brushwork animates this vertical piece, and much of the smooth, buff-colored cardboard remains untouched, providing a neutral ground for painterly incident.
Even with my good binoculars it's a buff-colored smudge in