The main and misleading principle in the minds of the authors could not but dislocate and discolour facts.
She was haunted by the fear that the blow might discolour Elnora's cheek; that she would tell Margaret.
In all these wars there was not enough blood shed to discolour a sword.
She watched it curl and discolour, the writing blackly distinct, and crumble into ashes.
The Yellow Stone nearly run aground at the mouth of this river, and stirred up the sand so as to discolour the water.
Stains will wear off the hands in a few days, and a weak solution will not discolour them.
Melt the butter, and gently saut the vegetables in it for five minutes, taking care they do not discolour.
Set them to dry in a warm place, but not near enough the fire to discolour the icing and cause it to crack.
Mice, moles and pismires cause the jaundies in trees, known by the discolour of the leaves and buds.
When we despair or discolour things, it is our senses in revolt, and they have made the sovereign brain their drudge.