The former are generally the objects of jealousy, and their administration is always liable to be discolored
and rendered unpopular.
Here and there a ball still sticks in a wall, and from it iron tears trickle down and discolor
It had once been hung with a showy and expensive paper, which now hung mouldering, torn and discolored
, from the damp walls.
There was not a piece of sound skin the size of a dollar on the whole body; wounds, scars, bruises, discolored
extravasated blood, everywhere--even on the soles of the feet there were wounds.
Like an old silver spoon stored in soft gray flannel, hospitality neither dulls with time nor discolors