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flesh color

noun
1.
the color of a white person's skin; yellowish pink; pinkish cream.
Origin
1605-1615
1605-15
Related forms
flesh-colored, adjective
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Examples from the web for flesh color
  • flesh color inheritance and gene interactions among canary yellow, pale yellow and red watermelon.
  • The bill is light flesh color and darker at the tip.
  • The legs are flesh color, the feet are darker and the irises are brown.
  • No interactive effects for flesh color were observed among float material, paper type or ripening.
  • Hollow heart, sweetness, flesh color and firmness will be some of the key quality attributes evaluated.
  • The overall color of a fruit is reflected by the color of the outer pericarp and the flesh color.
Contemporary definitions for flesh color
noun

a light tannish pink; the color of flesh

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