Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Resembling or consisting of yolk; having the nature of yolk.
- Greasy or sticky, as unwashed wool.
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or having the characteristics of yolk.
- yolk + -y (Wiktionary)
“There are also some clumps of ‘Sir Winston Churchill’ daffodils behind which are sort of an egg-yolky and cream mixture which should complement the bluebells perfectly.”
“An empty egg shelf split the yolky top from the dark underneath.”
“Which is actually okay with me as long as the food is the same BUT they have actually stopped doing the over-easy fried egg with the yolky goodness and have now replaced with it with the non-superior version of a sliced egg omellete.”
“One person even suggested adding yellow food color if it didn't seem yolky enough for me.”
“How about Italian pancetta, yolky free-range eggs, and fried sage atop a homemade crust?”
“It's painted a similar yellow — a yolky color, the same little kitchen table and chairs sit in the middle, the window over the sink has the curtain with the ducks, and the fridge is covered with all the old magnets.”
“That goes into a plastic egg, filled with all the requisite yolky nutrients.”
“It is a chicken and egg question – did mammals evolve nutritional milk before or after they abandoned yolky eggs?”
“Last night, I stayed in the living room writing and reading, sitting up with the light on, and the world did not turn egg yolky and I didn't get so tired I had to collapse.”
“I remember them as exceptionally yolky - could they be nearly all yolk?”
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