In a few days the town of Brussels swarmed with ash-gray garments, such as were usually worn by mendicant friars and penitents.
Trees or shrubs three to ten feet high, with ash-gray bark and branchlets occasionally spinescent.
Here and there were patches of vivid green bilberry, silvery spagnum, or ash-gray burnt fibre.
It is thirty-five inches long; upper parts ash-brown and ash-gray; under parts white.
ash-gray: a mixture of black and white, with a faint orange tinge: like ashes of anthracite coal.
Mouse-gray is obtained, when with the same proportions as for ash-gray, a small quantity of alum is introduced.
In a few days the town of Brussels swarmed with ash-gray garments such as were usually worn by mendicant friars and penitents.
The oxide is of an ash-gray colour, and is obtained by precipitation with an alkali from the solution of the muriate or nitrate.
His hair is flaxen, falling into the ash-gray or darker; fine copious flowing hair, while he wore it natural.
In a few the membrane is paler than in health, and in others it is of an ash-gray color.