from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Somewhat yellow; yellowish.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. somewhat yellow; yellowish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Somewhat yellow; yellowish; flavescent.
Nothing but books and books and books, bound in yellowy leather.
I think the last cake is actually supposed to be a Kobe Bryant cake - the Lakers wear a kind of yellowy-orange uniform with purple trim, and he wears number 8.
The interior of this particular Silhouette is a kind of yellowy - brown, a shade that may be familiar if you're a heavy drinker.
It was a kind of fag stained yellowy colour before so the white hides a multitude of wall problems and makes the whole place much less dark and depressive.
My mouth watered at the sight of the m'hajjeb, yellowy folds of crepe filled with tomatoes, peppers, onions, and harissa sauce.
For the occasion, Michelle donned a yellowy-gold, ...
For the occasion, Michelle donned a yellowy-gold, satin Jason Wu sheath.
He was talking to a man whose streaky hair was either blond turning gray or gray turning yellowy white.
Or we can look at the grass and the leaf and imagine one a little less yellowy, the other a little less bluey.
"They tend to happen in peak pollen times, when the earth is covered with yellowy pollen," he says.
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