color

[ kuhl-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF color

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLOR

She quietly yielded, but her color came and went, and her lips moved as if to speak.

He went on until the sun was low in the west and all the sky was rimmed with color.

A ghost of color was going up her throat, staining her cheeks.

"I wish I could agree with you," laughed Grace, her color rising.

No color, only light came to the surface of it, and broke in the loveliest smile.

Only the whites of the eggs are used, and so the cake is white in color.

Excitement had dyed Sidney's cheeks with color and made her eyes luminous.

Wilson was breathing quietly: his color was coming up, as he rallied from the shock.

The faintest suspicion of a tinge of color crept into his cheeks.

And she says: 'How old is the young lady, and what's her size, and what's her color?'

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