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- adj. Having a yellow color (or discoloration), especially when due to age.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of yellow.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. changed to a yellowish color by age
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In front of me were pages yellowed from the passing of time, typed on a typewriter with English font.
The two windows, both on the same side, were curtained with heavy muslin yellowed with age.
The skull was described as yellowed with age and missing its teeth.
That page is kind of yellowed, but I have it framed on the wall of my den.
Ahhh ..... books ... don't you just love the smell of the really old "yellowed" ones?
But there's something in the way he holds himself, something in the way his legs are crossed, that looks exactly like a man I've seen in grams' yellowed album.
Even today, as the group's executive chef, Mr. Sahajdák keeps a weathered copy with broken bindings in his kitchen, his own bookmarks and notes complementing its cracked and yellowed pages.
He said of a 25-year plan he was made to draw up while in business school, "It wasn't worth the yellowed paper it was written on."
Photos from that evening show that the 25-year-old actress' teeth appeared to be seriously yellowed.
Seth's design is lovely and I appreciated the decision to give the reproduction a yellowed look, as though you were reading the original, aged comics, but I was frustrated that I wasn't provided any insight, however minuscule, into the origins of this series.
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