salmony


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salmony

(ˈsæmənɪ)
adj
like salmon
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After serving in World War II, Reinhardt took postgraduate courses in East Asian art with Alfred Salmony at New York University's Institute of Fine Arts, which deepened his interest in the cultures.
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When their mothers picked them up the women spoke to her grandfather with strained politeness--who was this old man in a stained shirt, watching their daughters play?--as they scanned the dim apartment, smelled its salmony stink.
Available in every shade from a kind of salmony pink to fuchsia to gold, they sat winking at me like a group of Elvis impersonators at a speed dating event.
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The tomato and mushroom soup, with its salmony pink colour, didn't look that appetising but was actually very tasty - despite being full of onions!