Origin of pinkish
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Historical Examples of pinkish
It is whitish, or yellowish, or pinkish, with its branches red-tipped.
Flesh yellowish-white, slowly changing to pinkish when bruised.
The active material has a pinkish color and is badly shrunken.The Automobile Storage Battery
O. A. Witte
And now far off she saw the dust blowing in a long, rolling, pinkish line.The Indian's Hand
The stone is brown, with a pinkish tint, and does not seem to stain easily.A Tramp Abroad, Complete
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)