It was a linen bag which contained within it a mass of old rusted and discolored
metal and several dull-colored pieces of pebble or glass.
It was distorted and discolored
with rage and chagrin.
It is battered and scarred in every direction, and stained and discolored
by time, and Napoleon's horses kicked the legs off most the disciples when they (the horses, not the disciples,) were stabled there more than half a century ago.
He went up a great many flights of stairs, and he noticed, as he had very seldom noticed, how the carpet became steadily shabbier, until it ceased altogether, how the walls were discolored
, sometimes by cascades of damp, and sometimes by the outlines of picture-frames since removed, how the paper flapped loose at the corners, and a great flake of plaster had fallen from the ceiling.
He turned and stared at Martin, and Martin, staring back, noted the puffed and discolored
face, handsome and weak, and knew that he had been making a night of it.
Time had discolored
the paper, and had turned the ink to a brownish hue.
They were recognized as graves by the discolored
stones or rotting boards at head and foot, leaning at all angles, some prostrate; by the ruined picket fences surrounding them; or, infrequently, by the mound itself showing its gravel through the fallen leaves.
Poiret's eyes were dim, his glance weak and lifeless, his skin discolored
and wrinkled, gray in tone and speckled with bluish dots; his nose flat, his lips drawn inward to the mouth, where a few defective teeth still lingered.
Such had he imagined the angels, and such he had tried to paint them in the Beaulieu missals; but here there was something human, were it only in the battered hawk and discolored
dress, which sent a tingle and thrill through his nerves such as no dream of radiant and stainless spirit had ever yet been able to conjure up.
Not long since I read his epitaph in the old Lincoln burying-ground, a little on one side, near the unmarked graves of some British grenadiers who fell in the retreat from Concord -- where he is styled "Sippio Brister" -- Scipio Africanus he had some title to be called -- "a man of color," as if he were discolored
They were discolored
, just awash, and the whole lot was seen just under the water, exactly as a man's backbone is seen running down the middle of his back under the skin.
The pool itself, muddy and discolored
from the sluice boxes, effectually hid what it contained, and it contained John Thornton; for Buck followed his trace into the water, from which no trace led away.
It was riderless, though on its back was a high-horned Mexican saddle, scarred and discolored
by long usage.
The plaster, discolored
by the steam of many wash-days, was crisscrossed with cracks from the big earthquake of the previous spring.
The startling object which thus made an epoch for uncle Pullet was no other than little Lucy, with one side of her person, from her small foot to her bonnet-crown, wet and discolored
with mud, holding out two tiny blackened hands, and making a very piteous face.