• His skin had a pinkish cast, as though he spent a lot of time indoors.

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  • Mined in Sri Lanka, this stone has an unusual pinkish orange hue, dubbed Padparadscha, which means lotus blossom, in Sinhalese.

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  • The visitor wore a pinkish kurta, too young for her but certainly very expensive, finely printed with a silver design.

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  • Telescopes and spacecraft have revealed that Mars is a dead, dry, cold planet, of interest only to collectors of pinkish-brown rocks.

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  • When the Minotaur returned, there was a trickle of blood descending from the corner of his mouth and pinkish flecks of gristle in his beard.

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  • Grenache still, to many Americans, has a hint of pinkish jug wine about it, and only a few brave souls on the West Coast, like Bonny Doon, Alban, Edmunds St.

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  • The dresses, the shoes, the pinkish smell of perfume, the scratchy darkness, all pushed against me like the side of a big cat, thrust themselves into my mouth and nose like fur.

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