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stone-coloured

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Definition of stone-coloured in English:

adjective

Of a neutral shade of whitish or brownish grey: the stone-coloured walls provide a perfect background stone-coloured suede moccasins
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  • The thin stone-colored roads snaked up to houses and buildings, just on the edges of the nearest town.
  • The comfortable sofa has a durable, stone-colored slipcover.
  • In the panelled spaces on the walls were some stone-colored landscapes, representing the mountains and canyons of the West.

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