- (no longer in common use; now considered offensive) a yellowish pink or pinkish cream color (approximating the skin color of a white person).
- a color that falls within the spectrum of human skin colors.
Origin of flesh color
Examples from the Web for flesh color
Historical Examples of flesh color
Gills narrow, close, adnexed or free, whitish or tinged with flesh-color.
Gills are free from the stem, white at first then flesh-color.
The gills are deeply decurrent, close, whitish, then flesh-color.
Edith de Murat, flesh-color, changing to white, of fine form.
Octavie Fontaine, white, tinted with flesh-color, good shape.