Over the back was an ecru antimacassar, tied with a pale-blue ribbon.
In giving a brownish hue to such light colors as beige, ecru, etc., it is invaluable.
And the curtains are just simple cotton voiles, ecru in the living and dining rooms, and white in the bedrooms.
She wore a percale gown, ecru ground with bright figures, a rose-colored cravat and a bonnet laden with flowers.
A nervous tug-of-war was taking place between her right and left hand, with a twisted-up pair of ecru gloves for the cable.
The chief end of man is to witness an ecru coyote and a few absolute human failures like you and me.
Madame had, cried madame's maid, running to fetch one with little pink flowers and green leaves on an ecru ground.
In color it runs from ecru drab to hair-brown with streaks of the latter, and it is very viscid when moist.
Ecru: Continue the foregoing operation for blue by passing the goods through a solution of prussiate of potash.
He was slightly smaller than a load of hay in his belted suit of ecru pongee; he wore a satisfied air and a pleased mustache.