silverish

ADJECTIVE
  1. of lustrous grey; covered with or tinged with the color of silver
    silvery hair
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How To Use silverish In A Sentence

  • They then saw a silverish disklike object near it. Cinnamon Roll
  • Or again, it might be a stern El Greco horizon, pregnant with inky rain, and a passing glimpse of some mummy-necked farmer, and all around alternating stripe of quicksilverish water and harsh green corn, the whole arrangement opening like a fan, somewhere in Kansas. Nabokov's Art as Story
  • She displayed, under his nose, the only kind of figure he considered worth looking at -- that of a very young girl, supple and sinuous and quicksilverish; thin, eager shoulders, polished white arms that were nowhere too fat and nowhere too thin. Youth and the Bright Medusa
  • Smoothly of us meritorious internet provider speed our topological sommelier for what we tritanopia our fissile, bodacious and silverish papaver to get fictitiously with. Rational Review
  • This was a mistake because I wanted him to talk more about the theatre, and there is something quicksilverish in Micio's temperament; having got on the maccaroni he did not care to return to art. Diversions in Sicily
  • I brought to him many different pairs, but the ones he really liked were these shiny, silverish looking pleather pants.
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