Definitions

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  • adj. of beige tinged with yellow

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The roof had a very steep pitch, so we straddled the ridge while unfolding the yellow-beige condom.

    Sean Strub: Condomizing Jesse Helms' House

  • The old jail, a crumbling three-story, yellow-beige fortress with arched, grilled windows and a false parapet, was located next door to the courthouse, separated from the west wing by a narrow alley.

    The Girls He Adored

  • Yet when I began to prepare the stovetop frosting, I panicked as the sauce quickly progressed through various shades of brown, from yellow-beige to taupe to honey.

    The Cavalier Daily

  • Look for toasted buckwheat, which has a pink-brown color compared to the yellow-beige of the raw grain.

    Kansas City infoZine Headlines

  • He was an exacting man, and there's no way of knowing precisely what shade of gray-green or yellow-beige would have worked best for him or whether he was sure of what it should be until he saw it.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Mehan draped his overcoat and his yellow-beige jacket on the jet’s stairs.

    The Black Madonna

  • Fast and furred, the yellow-beige flowing blur grew ears, hackles, and hulking shoulders as it neared—like a panting locomotive with a boar’s-head cowcatcher.

    Silver Zombie

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