Which preposition to use with hued

of Occurrences 393%

Steadily, the star increased in size and brilliancy, until it showed, fully as large as half a full moon; and, as it grew greater and brighter, so did the vast crescent throw out more and more light, though of an ever deepening hue of green.

in Occurrences 20%

The thin clouds following soon cleared away from the western sky, rain-washed and blue, with a rainbow curving down to bury its exquisite hues in the golden wheat.

from Occurrences 17%

the fading many-coloured woods, Shade deepening over shade, the country round Imbrown, a crowded umbrage, dusk and dun, Of every hue from wan declining green To sooty dark.

to Occurrences 16%

He would show her such lovely things!for instance, liquids that changed from one gorgeous hue to another; bubbles that burst into flame, and ascended in rings of white revolving smoke; light so intense, that it seemed to darken the daylight.

as Occurrences 14%

Sprawling in ghastly fashion, the faces had almost the same greenish-gray hue as the uniforms worn.

with Occurrences 13%

That system was briefly this: that the hair derived its length, strength, hue, and other properties, from the brain; which opinion he supported by a reference to acknowledged factsas, that it changes its hue with the difference of the mental character in the different stages of life; that violent affections of the mind, such as grief or fear, have been known to change it in a single night.

than Occurrences 7%

The whole of Africa, indeed, was of a lighter hue than either Asia or Europe, owing, I presume, to its having a greater proportion of sandy soil: and I could not avoid contrasting, in my mind, the colour of these continents, as they now appeared, with the complexions of their respective inhabitants.

on Occurrences 5%

distant far, When the rude hordes of trampling War Shall scare the silent vale The where Now the sweet heaven, when day doth leave The air, Limns its soft rose-hues on the veil of Eve Shall the fierce war-brand, tossing in the gale, From town and hamlet shake the horrent glare!

over Occurrences 4%

Merrily the brook laughed and sang among the willows, leaping in rainbow-hues over its pebbly bed; sweet piped the birds in brake and thicket, yet of all their music none was there so good to hear as the rich tones of Beltane the Smith.

like Occurrences 4%

Their meadows were the fruitless furrows of the Adriatic, hued like a peacock's neck; they called the pearl-shells of their Lido flowers, fior di mare.

through Occurrences 3%

Each milkwhite hair amid this mincing beard, Compar'd with millions of thy treacherous thoughts, Would change their hue through vigour of thy hate.

for Occurrences 3%

Sometimes this profound infelicity of hers changed its hues for an instant, and lo!

into Occurrences 2%

" This might also be irony; and Francis thought it so; but the tones were so soft and conciliating, that with a face pale with his emotions, he ventured to look up and met the eye of Marian, fixed on him in an expression that changed his death-like hue into the color of vermillion.

against Occurrences 1%

The sky wore an ocher hue against which the branches quivered in zigzags of blackness.

between Occurrences 1%

Sometimes the efflorescence is continuous and universal; but more generally on the trunk of the body there are intervals of a natural hue between the patches, with papulous dots scattered over them, the colour being most deep on the loins and neighbouring parts, at the flexure of the joints, and upon those parts of the body which are subjected to pressure.

after Occurrences 1%

Here came hue after the crier, and I was set close at mother Nip's house, and there I call'd for three pots of ale, as 'tis the manner of us courtiers.

by Occurrences 1%

How durst I to rivals commend thy sweet lips by the ruby's tent gemmed, When words that are vivid in hue by a soul unrefined are contemned? As strength to thy beauty accrues ev'ry day from the day sped before, To features consummate as thine, will we liken the night-star no more.

during Occurrences 1%

The sky that has been all of one hue during the live-long daywherever you looked, nothing but pale, pale azureis now like the palette of some God-painter splashed and freaked with all manner of great and noble colorsa most regal blaze of goldwide plains of crimson, as if all heaven were flashing at some high thoughtlittle feathery cloud-islands of tenderest rose-pink.

before Occurrences 1%

There were plenty of cheeks of lobster-hue before next evening on the Boston.

At Occurrences 1%

His features' deepening lines and varying hue At times attracted, yet perplex'd the view, As if within that murkiness of mind Work'd feelings fearful, and yet undefined: Such might he be that none could truly tell, Too close inquiry his stern glance could quell.

near Occurrences 1%

It is difficult to imagine an upright wall a thousand feet high with red the predominating color, and with brighter hues near the summit.

amid Occurrences 1%

From furnaces below-ground, where the whipped slaves sweated in the dark, to domed roof where the doves changed hue amid the gleam of gold and colored glass, they typified Rome, as the city herself was of the essence of the world.

Which preposition to use with  hued