copperish

copperish

(ˈkɒpərɪʃ)
adj
resembling copper
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My FORGE scope has a matte black finish (some FORGE models are offered in Terrain finish, which is sort of a copperish olive green color), and it is 14 inches long, weighs 27.9 ounces, and has 60 MOA of adjustment for windage and elevation.
In her Instagram posts on Wednesday, the megastar sported a longer, fiercely curled hair in copperish dye.
Owned by Dan Wathor of Rio Linda, California, and built and painted by Kenny Welch of Kenny's Rod Shop, Boise, Idaho, the car sported a copperish color achieved with Envirobase High Performance waterborne basecoat, a custom color mix and Deltron DCU2021 Urethane Clear.
Where others remember of their youth a beautiful garden, a fond mother, a sojourn at the seashore, I remember, with a vividness as if it were etched in acid, the grim, soot-covered walls and chimneys of the tin factory opposite us and the bright, circular pieces of tin that were strewn in the street, some bright and gleaming, others rusted, dull, copperish, leaving a stain on the fingers; I remember the ironworks where the red furnace glowed and men walked toward the glowing pit with huge shovels in their hands, while outside were the shallow wooden forms like coffins with rods through them on which you scraped your shins or broke your neck." (Black Spring 4-5)
It was a little copperish jug, with a dent in its side....
In fact, such was his dedication to the drink that his skin took on a copperish hue in later years, hence his rather unfortunate nickname.