pinkish

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • Red and pinkish-red flowers appear in late winter to mid spring.
  • When they are found, it is usually due to their pinkish flowers.
  • The bill is black on the upper part and is a pinkish color on the lower part.
  • The feet and legs are pinkish-brown, and the eye is dark brown.
  • This fish is pinkish white in color and has no eyes.
  • The feet are pale pinkish-brown and the bill is grey above and yellow below.
  • The legs and feet are dark grey and the bill is brown above and pinkish below.
  • The brown bill is short and straight, and the feet and legs are pinkish-brown.
  • The flowers are usually yellow, but may be white, pinkish or red.
  • When all energy was released, all that remained was a pinkish-purple shell.
  • Its color can vary from very dark to a pale pinkish white.
  • It has a pinkish face, and its ears are long and broad.
  • The grey bill is short and straight, and the feet and legs are pinkish-brown.
  • It can be white or yellow or even a sort of pinkish color, and sometimes has small dark spots.
  • The underlying surface color is white or pinkish except for the yellow base.
  • The flower is often pale to bright yellow, but can be blue or pinkish.
  • The feet and legs are pinkish-brown, and the eye is brown.
  • This is a small annual with white or pinkish bell-shaped flowers.
  • In the distance hills stand silhouetted against the first pinkish-blue light.
  • It turns from green to pinkish to dark pink or red in color.
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