grayish-blue


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Adj.1.grayish-blue - of blue tinged with grey
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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The surgeon said that there are different types of congenital heart diseases and its common symptoms included grayish-blue skin and lips, rapid breathing and shortness of breath during feeding, leading to poor weigh.
After dropping this drake in the snow, I noticed the bill was different, this duck appeared to be mature, with all the features of a normal mallard drake, except it had a grayish-blue bill and no curly tail feathers.
When we got out of the car, I squatted down in front of him to be at his level to talk and found myself gazing into big, grayish-blue eyes that, like mine, wanted only the assurance of peace.
In reality, it was a grayish-blue monochrome called De costas voltadas (Back to Back).
The outermost A ring is normally a weak grayish-blue color to me.
Higher prices attained in recent years include the Wittelsbach Diamond--a 17th century cushion-shaped deep grayish-blue diamond, which sold for $24.3 million in 2008 at Christie's in London.
Higher prices attained in recent years include the Wittelsbach Diamond - a 17th century cushion-shaped deep grayish-blue diamond, which sold for $24.3 million in 2008 at Christie's in London.
The breed is pure white with orange feet and legs, dark grayish-blue eyes, and a long, pinkish-white bill.
The boy's wide, grayish-blue eyes were full of wonder at a world in which he would grow walking tall as his father did at that moment, a confident and secure athletic Jew.