greyish-brown


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Adj.1.greyish-brown - of brown tinged with grey
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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The narwhal is characterized by its long, spiraled tusk and has a greyish-brown, mottled pigmentation, whereas belugas have two rows of uniform teeth, and adults are completely white.
One of the wild fruits to be found in some Kenyan markets is tamarind, locally known as ukwaju.The tree, mkwaju, scientifically known as Tamarindus indica is large, evergreen, crowndense, widely spreading and greyish-brown.
Rabbits are greyish-brown in colour with long ears and long hind legs.
Its greyish-brown feathers works as a camouflage provides effective camouflage, and it has distinctive white spots on the underside of its wings.
The man, described as in his early 30s with greyish-brown stubble or a beard, confronted the woman near Llay on Sunday.
Cut surface of the mass showed greyish-white to greyish-brown firm solid areas with multiple thin walled cysts containing haemorrhagic and mucoid material (Fig.
It was a big greyish-brown fish and when I hit it, I noticed it had hard, rough skin.
As I turned I saw it was a big Cristina 60ft from greyish-brown fish.
Female considerably smaller, greyish-brown, the lower parts lighter."
Stems angular when young, adults cylindrical, greyish-brown, lenticels sparse; internodes 3.5-4.5 cm long.
It adds a lovely nutty, rounded flavour to the batter, and they have a pleasant greyish-brown colour, a bit like the fur of a wild rabbit.
Shocked by what he saw Childers said that it was something he could not gauge but was definitely six feet tall and had a shaggy coat to it, like a greyish-brown colour.