flesh-colored


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Adj.1.flesh-colored - having a bright red or pinkish 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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I was in the simplest and comfortablest of gymnast costumes -- flesh-colored tights from neck to heel, with blue silk puffings about my loins, and bareheaded.
Finally it occurred to them that their naked skin represented flesh-colored "tights" very fairly; so they drew a ring in the sand and had a circus -- with three clowns in it, for none would yield this proudest post to his neighbor.
He had never taken him to Christine's himself and came to the conclusion that Raoul must have gone there alone while the count stayed talking in the foyer with Sorelli, who often asked him to wait until it was her time to "go on" and sometimes handed him the little gaiters in which she ran down from her dressing-room to preserve the spotlessness of her satin dancing-shoes and her flesh-colored tights.
Jupiter was clad in a coat of mail, covered with black velvet, with gilt nails; and had it not been for the rouge, and the huge red beard, each of which covered one-half of his face,--had it not been for the roll of gilded cardboard, spangled, and all bristling with strips of tinsel, which he held in his hand, and in which the eyes of the initiated easily recognized thunderbolts,--had not his feet been flesh-colored, and banded with ribbons in Greek fashion, he might have borne comparison, so far as the severity of his mien was concerned, with a Breton archer from the guard of Monsieur de Berry.
Also, he noted what had already caught his eye before--a tiny strip of flesh-colored courtplaster on the forehead over one eve.
A separate room houses flesh-colored figures, including a lifelike mannequin of the artist, sans pants, asleep on a cot.
They most frequently appear as nonspecific, firm or rubbery papules, nodules, or plaques, which can range from flesh-colored to plum-colored.
Gleeson has used flesh-colored tape, and he's partial to Ben Nye tattoo cover-up.
The TM9478 is a flesh-colored facestock, and the TM9479 is white.
Doctors say practically everyone has about 10 moles, which are usually dark brown or black, but they can be flesh-colored or yellow-brown.
The men, dressed in white bathrobes, served sandwiches to the patrons, then stripped to flesh-colored trunks and danced.
There was Woody Allen dining with Soon-Yi, and who should glide by with her gaggle of gal pals but Monica Lewinsky, decked our in a flesh-colored cashmere sweater that was a far cry from her more sedate all-in-black appearance at the Roundabout's tony "Design for Living" bash a week earlier.