It is bell-shaped, becoming broadly open like a trumpet, and of a slate or ash color.
Among the Mushrooms Ellen M. Dallas and Caroline A. Burgin
The color of this insect is a mixture of ash color and white.
The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom P. L. Simmonds
In Germany it is called asche, from its gray or ash color in the water.
Favorite Fish and Fishing James Alexander Henshall
Nest and Eggs—Nest a crude affair on the ground, containing four eggs of an ash color, mottled with a dead brown.
Game Birds and Game Fishes of the Pacific Coast Harry Thom Payne
Its water is always turbid, being of a muddy, ash color, though more so at its periodical rise than at other times.
A New Guide for Emigrants to the West J. M. Peck
In time the red-colored mass assumed an ash color, when it was collected on a filter and dried.
James Cutbush Edgar F. Smith
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- Ash fall
a rain of airborne ash resulting from a volcanic eruption. the deposit produced by such an event.
- Ash flow
an avalanche of volcanic ash. Historical Examples As shown in Figure 4, the ash flow blankets about 200 feet of gravels that had been deposited in the valley. The Geologic Setting of the John Day Country Thomas Prence Thayer
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