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Adj.1.gray-blue - of blue tinged with grey
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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The splendor of color which had glowed for weeks along the shores of Four Winds Harbor had faded out into the soft gray-blue of late autumnal hills.
Hair sandy-red -- more red than sandy; gray-blue eyes -- more gray than blue; and for the rest, stiff and proud."
Warm, gray-blue eyes were set far apart beneath a kind, broad forehead and her wide, generous mouth seemed made to smile.
It should be a gray-blue short-sleeved shirt with white vertical pin stripes.'
For his contribution, Ermics mapped the color scheme of a dining table and glass samples to match the gray-blue hues of Miami's sky and ocean.
Dermatological examination revealed scaly, gray-blue patches on the trunk and arms.
Tall and slim with a chiseled jaw, solemn gray-blue eyes, and a scruffy beard, Naharin is not a flashy person.
(7) Study Wickham's striae 23/25 (92%) 24/40 (60%) Gray-blue dots 5/25 (20%) 17/40 (42.5%) Yellow-brown dots 5/25 (20%) 6/40 (16%) Comedo-like 4/25 (16%) 1/40 (2.5%) openings Corn pearls 3/25 (12%) 1/40 (2.5%) Milium cysts 1/25 (4%) 0 Fig.
Finally one day she concentrates very hard and manages to lay one egg, but was it brown or white or gray-blue like the other eggs?
Like what they say, "less is more." Use just one or two main colors like blue and gray-blue tones.
Since the open-floor plan kitchen flows into the living area, materials--high-gloss, high-sheen white lacquer cabinets, white quartz countertops and a gray-blue vertical tile backsplash--were kept subtle.