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brownish-yellow

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of a medium to dark brownish yellow color

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The seed-grown varieties did disappoint this year, as they do most years, with brownish-yellow foliage.

    Nature hit snooze button on foliage, just now starting to pop

  • The pots and porcelain cups he amassed often ended up in shards; the glistening pearls he gathered into a pair of coffee-table-size bowls were brownish-yellow.

    The Art of Resistance

  • The manure -- in this part of Ohio, most factory farms are either pork, or "layer" (egg) operations -- is sometimes liquefied and sprayed from giant sprinklers that spew brownish-yellow water onto cropland which -- too often -- runs off into streams and ditches that feed into rivers and lakes, including Grand Lake St. Marys.

    David Kirby: The Price of Cheap Meat: A Lake Dies in Ohio

  • A thin Y shaped glue line appeared brownish-yellow on the plate.

    That's How It Went

  • At present, he has a black eye, a brownish-yellow knot on his forehead, and a nasty looking burn on his upper lip that makes him look a bit like a street tough.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Yes, as I thought -- there stands Lindström in all his glory before the range, brandishing the weapon with which he turns the cakes; and in a pan lie three brownish-yellow buckwheat cakes quivering with the heat of the fire.

    The South Pole~ A Day at Framheim

  • It stains a smoker's teeth and fingers brown and coats everything it touches with a brownish-yellow film.

    Smoking, No. 1 Cause of Cancer in the Philippines

  • First, many of the trees turned a strange brownish-yellow colour and rotted.

    Johann Hari: A Journey Across the Ground Zero of Global Warming

  • Typical of the area is Euphorbia guerichiana, a shrub or small tree with conspicuous, shiny, brownish-yellow, papery bark growing to a height of 5 m.

    Namibian savanna woodlands

  • Beijing vowed to clean up its air and launched the "Defending Blue Sky day", or a day when the layer of grayish hue smog or brownish-yellow haze pollution is light and the blue sky can be seen, program in 1998.

    The tale of the two cities of Beijing and Mumbai

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