Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In ceramics, a yellow glaze of Oriental porcelain, of the color of ground mustard.
“In one mustard-yellow and rust-colored building, a group of archaeology students have gathered to discuss past trips to Mes Aynak and their hopes of one day returning.”
“Winner Megan Harned wore a tall explosion of red and mustard-yellow feathers, with a coquettish veil, made by Louisville milliner Glitz by Gin, which specializes in custom-made Derby hats.”
“At men's fashion week in Milan and Paris, an emerging trend is brightly colored overcoats, including a pink peacoat at Jil Sander and raspberry and mustard-yellow overcoats at Burberry and Bottega Veneta.”
“West Virginia's Bob Huggins, for whom high couture is a track suit, once rocked a four-button mustard-yellow suit complete with matching shoes he wore a black jogger during his team's first round win over Clemson Thursday.”
“Hubbard points out a pleasing color combination, the blue of the fading lavender next to the red blades of Japanese blood grass and the mustard-yellow umbels of the self-seeded fennel.”
“Chestnut claimed the mustard-yellow champion's belt and a $20,000 purse but was disappointed with his own performance.”
“DENVER — Kyle Orton is no John Elway, Josh McDaniels is no Bill Belichick and those mustard-yellow uniforms certainly don't have anyone thinking "Orange Crush.”
“Mr. Chestnut was disappointed with his performance, despite claiming the bejeweled, mustard-yellow belt plus a $20,000 purse.”
“Chestnut was disappointed with his performance, despite claiming the bejeweled, mustard-yellow belt plus a $20,000 purse.”
“At 7: 18, a member of the Universal Record Database (URDB), wearing a mustard-yellow sport coat and shaggy hair, let the crowd know that it had succeeded in forming and were preparing to take part in the "largest registered yoga class," with more than 13,000 registered participants.”
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