verb (used with object), o·chered, o·cher·ing.
Origin of ocher
Examples from the Web for ocherous
He could see masses of vividly green forest; vast expanses of bare, cracked, ocherous desert; wastes of smooth blue ocean.
For a considerable time, nothing save barren, ocherous desert was in view.
Pottery burned with sage or grease-wood was firm, light gray unless of ocherous clay, less cloudy than if ash-baked, yet mottled.A Study of Pueblo Pottery as Illustrative of Zuñi Culture Growth.|Frank Hamilton Cushing
British Dictionary definitions for ocherous
noun, adjective, verb
Word Origin and History for ocherous