Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having the color of honey

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • He had brown hair curling at his temples, and honey-colored eyes—in another mood, Yetta might have called him handsome.

    Uprising

  • Yetta jerked her attention back to Jacob, just another arrogant cutter even if he did have those maddeningly handsome curls and honey-colored eyes.

    Uprising

  • At setting sun hours those V shapes filled with a gel of honey-colored light that changed to burnt tangerine.

    Bird Cloud

  • Her honey-colored hair swung forward, framing her oval face.

    Skipping a Beat

  • I shook off the tears that filled my honey-colored eyes.

    Real wifeys

  • I cut my honey-colored eyes over at her before I took the blunt she offered, careful not to let the lit end burn the acrylic tips of my nails as I took a big toke and let it fill my lungs.

    Real wifeys

  • “I need more than D & D, Dyme,” I snapped, locking my honey-colored eyes on him.

    Real wifeys

  • A mixed chick with a smooth complexion, good hair, honey-colored eyes, and a body that could make most women—including her—look like a man.

    Real wifeys

  • When the first tunnels were excavated, much of the honey-colored sandstone was used to build the Georgian town houses in the nearby towns of Bath and Corsham.

    The Wine Connoisseur's Underground Vault

  • That very evening, I posed the question to Anna as she sat in bed next to me, ritualistically brushing her long, honey-colored hair.

    History

Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.