From the railroad station, the complex appeared like a "salmon-pink birthday cake in the shape of a walled fortress."
Madame Halphin, salmon-pink, centre yellowish, large and full.
I got her a red dress, a red hat, a salmon-pink waist, and handkerchiefs with a coloured border.
Lately I have grown only two varieties, a vivid scarlet and a salmon-pink.
She stood near the window, in the pale band of brightness, arranging some salmon-pink geraniums in a shallow porcelain bowl.
Who lives in that salmon-pink pagoda just this side of the curve?
On Sundays and feast-days they dress in shirts of the brightest colours—red, blue, yellow, and salmon-pink.
Some forms of neglectum are salmon-pink, while the blossoms of M. paradoxum might be described almost as black.
The wings are salmon-pink in front, but the tips and the under-parts are black.
She had seemed not wholly negligible in the salmon-pink dancing frock, though of course the blonde curls had not been true.