The color varies from whitish to flesh color, or dull red, and appears more or less saturated with a red juice.
Her painting of flesh color, particularly, is just and true.
His drawing was good, but his painting lacked force, and he was too pallid in flesh color.
To pass as No. 1, a pelt must possess a white, pink or flesh color.
The plasmodium as it emerges to form fruit is pale pink or flesh color, slowly deepening to brown as maturity advances.
Flesh: White on immediate section, generally changing to slight pinkish or flesh color in fracture.
The Feldspar may, however, contain more or less iron and then take on a flesh color or become even darker.
When of middle size, mushrooms are distinguished by the fine pink or flesh color of their gills, and by their pleasant smell.
The flower was of a flesh color, having a down upon one end, while the other was plain.
The gills are slightly decurrent, crowded, irregular or uneven, flesh color.
a light tannish pink; the color of flesh