Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Colorless or nearly so: as, a mist-colored leader made of silkworm gut (a favorite leader with anglers).

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Examples

  • He found his voice again as Tristan straightened, mist-colored and sweating.

    Heir of Sea and Fire

  • Green enough, indeed, in the spring-fed meadows and folds of the hills, where the early grass flashes into vividest emerald, but in the woods the soft mist-colored mazes of multitudinous twigs still show through their veilings and dustings of color — palest green of birches, gray-green of poplar, yellow-green of willows, and redder tones of the maples; and along the fence-lines and roadsides — blessed, untidy fence-lines and roadsides of

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