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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Kerry bent yet lower, staring closely at a discolored abrasion on Sir Lucien's forehead.
DOPESAX ROHMER
Then, in a bitter temper, she stooped again to rescue the bit of discolored paper that had fallen with the pearls.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
They came a little nearer, and saw that he was right, for presently Grenfell stooped and picked up a discolored watch.
THE GOLD TRAILHAROLD BINDLOSS
I could barely reach one little twig of pale, discolored leaves, to bring home as a memento.
George and Jacky pulled Jem out of the water with the spear sticking in him; the water was discolored with his blood.
The hair above its feet was red, discolored with the stain of iron-bearing clay.
SPACE PRISONTOM GODWIN
Its substance is well preserved; the surface was once highly polished, but now is pitted by erosion and discolored by age.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
"Non omnis moriar," wrote one man in a yellow liquid, which too evidently was discolored blood.
His under lids were puffy and discolored, and a dozen heavy creases ran, fan-like, from the corners of his eyes.
THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORGUY WETMORE CARRYL
They were taken from buff envelopes, and are undoubtedly discolored by the action of the paper or gum.

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