Female above paler cinereous, below white; breast striated with cinereous; belly more or less rosy red.
The place did not even justify its name, for it was a cinereous wreck.
The gills are slightly emarginate, rather narrow, cinereous.
cinereous, or Cineraceous, ash-grayish; of the color of ashes.
In the arrangement of the cinereous lines, it presents a general resemblance to B. fuscus saur.
The stillness was so great, that even the twittering of the whiskey-johneesh, or cinereous crow, caused us to start.
Female greyish olive; beneath yellow, passing into cinereous on the flanks and belly.
Black, with cinereous tomentum and with moderately stout bristles.
As, when we say hirsuto-cinereous, we mean that the hirsuties only of a body is cinereous.
When young the plants are generally snowy white throughout, changing with age to a dingy white or cinereous hue.