Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Cream-colored.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective As white as cream.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The great, cream-white blooms, a foot in diameter and more, lily-like and wax-like, white beacons of attraction in the dark, penetrating and seducing the night with their perfume, were busy and beautiful with their brief glory of living.

    THE KANAKA SURF

  • The traditional attire for a bride was a gown of soft, rich cream-white satin, trimmed simply or elaborately with lace, a wreath of orange-blossoms, and a veil of lace or tulle.

    The Wedding | Edwardian Promenade

  • She looked like the bar girl in the painting by Manet, The Bar at the Folies Bergere, with her curls of hair hanging beside her cream-white face.

    The Affair

  • Grandpa escorted Lily to the cream-white door by the fireplace.

    Enchanted Ivy

  • It was flanked by an oil painting and a cream-white door.

    Enchanted Ivy

  • All three of them pivoted to see an elderly gentleman enter through the cream-white door.

    Enchanted Ivy

  • It was flanked by an oil painting and a cream-white door.

    Enchanted Ivy

  • It was flanked by an oil painting and a cream-white door.

    Enchanted Ivy

  • Grandpa escorted Lily to the cream-white door by the fireplace.

    Enchanted Ivy

  • All three of them pivoted to see an elderly gentleman enter through the cream-white door.

    Enchanted Ivy

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