I like triologisms that combine something with -coloured – when I have enough of them to make a mosaic of colour, I will do so, and post it on this site.  Until then, enjoy this one.

‘Clumps of trees broke it up and every few miles russet and sulphur-coloured belfries rose from shingle roofs.’


Source: Patrick Leigh Fermor, Between the Woods and the Water (London: Penguin Books, 1986), p. 85

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