Definition of "ash-colored" []

  • Of the color of ashes; a whitish gray or brownish gray. (adjective)

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Use "ash-colored" in a sentence
  • "The casual look she made in two days could look like a cigarette ash-colored potato sack but Gretchen makes it fun, I think, even though it comes equipped with a little vestigial tail that reconnects to the base of the spine in back."
  • "There were some misses, like the ash-colored diaper and J. Jill Kwanzaa jacket that opened the show ..."
  • "I kept forgetting to notice the guest speaker: a guy whose doughy flesh looked like wadded up bars of Irish Spring soap under the phosphorescent spotlight, a large lumbering man with ash-colored hair, gentle eyebrows and a bushel nose hair visible from ten yards away."