Thesaurus / sepia
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Sepia had repressed her rage, and through it looked aggrieved.

Mary MarstonGeorge MacDonald

The eyebrows must be darkened with sepia or Indian ink, and a camel's-hair brush—especially for fair people.

The Peace Egg and Other talesJuliana Horatia Ewing

Through all the rooms of them glided the form of Sepia, his evil genius.

Mary MarstonGeorge MacDonald

He drank more and more strong drink, fitting fuel to such his passion, and Sepia liked to see him approach with his eyes blazing.

Mary MarstonGeorge MacDonald

The body of the cuttle-fish (Sepia) is thus a very singular structure, somewhat reminding us of certain species of polyps.

The Ocean World:Louis Figuier

As she passed to the drawing-room, Sepia looked in, and saw them together.

Mary MarstonGeorge MacDonald

This food is chiefly the Squid or Sepia octopus, known also by the name of the cuttle-fish.

Old JackW.H.G. Kingston

She followed the direction of his eyes, and saw long, clawlike marks on the floor, radiating from the sepia.

All derived from cuttle-fish varieties of sepia used for baits.

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

He said that "if he were to make any conjecture, it would be that the ink was composed of sepia and amber."

WORDS RELATED TO SEPIA

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