verb (used with object), o·chered, o·cher·ing.
Origin of ocher
Examples from the Web for ocher
Historical Examples of ocher
Paint them well with ocher before using; they will last longer.The Apple
She shall be veiled to her eyes, with a bit of ocher on her forehead.The Adventures of Kathlyn
Female—The female is much more of an ocher brown than the male, and without the stripe on the neck or the lead color of the bill.Game Birds and Game Fishes of the Pacific Coast
Harry Thom Payne
Rim sherd from large pan, red body liberally flecked with ocher, thin lead glaze, the rim folded and flattened on the upper edge.
The body orange-to-pink earthenware flecked with ocher, presumably biscuit and rejected before glazing.
noun, adjective, verb