- adj. of a white tinged with yellow
“A beautiful yellowish-white butterfly brushed past my face almost on cue, just as my sisters had related in their experience.”
“Halogen lights glare off windows, shine down an institutional yellowish-white.”
“To astronomers, the sun is classified as a G2 star, with an apparent colour of yellowish-white, between the white F type and yellow-orange K type.”
“His skin was a pasty yellowish-white tone I secretly called a North Dakota tan.”
“It didn't look like much, a nondescript waxy yellowish-white blob rather like a sculpted head of cauliflower.”
“Using the map below to help you identify the constellation of Auriga, you won't have any problem picking out the sixth brightest star in the northern hemisphere night – bright, yellowish-white Capella.”
““The masses of light in a picture must be always of a warm, mellow color, yellow, red, or a yellowish-white, and that the blue, the gray, or the green colors, be kept almost entirely out of these masses.””
“The holotype measures just under 3 feet in length, and exhibits a brownish coloration with spotted locales of yellowish-white.”
“It required a certain amount of scientific education to perceive that the grey scale of the Thing was no common oxide, that the yellowish-white metal that gleamed in the crack between the lid and the cylinder had an unfamiliar hue.”
“Normal" incandescent lamps give off a yellowish-white light, which we then filter to get the colors we want in our decorative lights.”
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