The gills are strongly decurrent, comparatively few of full length, white, then flesh-color.
The gills are deeply decurrent, close, whitish, then flesh-color.
Her jacket, bordered with ermine, is of that flesh-color that Metsu loved.
Edith de Murat, flesh-color, changing to white, of fine form.
Gills are free from the stem, white at first then flesh-color.
Octavie Fontaine, white, tinted with flesh-color, good shape.
The legs are yellowish, or reddish-yellow, and sometimes of flesh-color.
Of late, another white Bourbon has been added,—Blanche Lafitte,—which is also faintly tinged with flesh-color.
Gills narrow, close, adnexed or free, whitish or tinged with flesh-color.
After a good deal of deliberation, and many interrogatories, I was enregistered as No. 1, flesh-color.
a light tannish pink; the color of flesh