Whereat, it was noticed that many ladies in the Queen's booths boldly flaunted Allan's colors
, much to the honest pride which glowed in the cheeks of one who sat in their midst.
A bed-quilt made of patches of different kinds and colors
of cloth, all neatly sewed together.
Although Alexander was only forty-three, Wilson thought that beneath his vigorous color
he detected the dulling weariness of on-coming middle age.
Once through the opening they found a fine, big city spread out before them, all the houses of carved marble in beautiful colors.
The broad, long room they entered was decorated in gold with stained-glass windows of splendid colors.
He has the color
in the face which my face wants, and the firmness in his figure which my figure wants.
I used up the whole bottle, and oh, Marilla, when I saw the dreadful color
it turned my hair I repented of being wicked, I can tell you.
This important monarch of the Underground World was a little fat man clothed in gray-brown garments that were the exact color
of the rock throne in which he was seated.
I wouldn't have your hair any color
but just what it is for the world," said Gilbert, with one or two convincing accompaniments.
This black color
is rarely met with on the surface of the satellite.
Paddling gently to one of these places, I was surprised to find myself surrounded by myriads of small perch, about five inches long, of a rich bronze color
in the green water, sporting there, and constantly rising to the surface and dimpling it, sometimes leaving bubbles on it.
Of course I refrained from mentioning name or habitat, drawing the picture in an impersonal, composite sort of way, which none the less blinded no one to the faithfulness of the local color
that show best by candle-light are white, carnation, and a kind of sea-water-green; and oes, or spangs, as they are of no great cost, so they are of most glory.
They represent colors
in the composition of light--which we are unable to discern.
They gave out that they knew how to weave stuffs of the most beautiful colors
and elaborate patterns, the clothes manufactured from which should have the wonderful property of remaining invisible to everyone who was unfit for the office he held, or who was extraordinarily simple in character.