Our guide, Mouha, glanced up at the trail that disappeared far into the ochre uplands.
The ochre spaghetti you get looks steampunk, but tastes just fine.
In this 1962 painting, called “ochre and Black,” Gottlieb shows us pulling a face.
It was a trying position for the boy, who looked dauntlessly into the hideous countenance daubed with ochre and paint.
Every day I wrote with him, first in red, and then in ochre to give him a rest.
At the corner of the road leading to Long Benton there was a quarry from which a peculiar and scarce kind of ochre was taken.
The hill where this earth or ochre is found is called Hgmarkbœrget.
It appeared to contain a great quantity of ochre, but seemed by the taste too astringent to be wholesome.
There I saw three skulls of men resting on the ochre with which he rubbed his body.
These formulas, however, contained a small percentage of umber and ochre.
type of clayey soil (much used in pigments), late 14c., from Old French ocre (c.1300) and directly from Late Latin ocra, from Latin ochra, from Greek ochra, from ochros "pale yellow," of unknown origin. As a color name, "brownish-yellow," it is attested from mid-15c. Related: Ochreous.