Definitions

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  • adjective having the color of fresh cream

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Its dark pink buds produce many creamy-white flowers in spring, and the foliage has a maroon hue in winter.

    New crop of hybrid plants demonstrate beauty of ingenuity

  • Her creamy-white wool, says the United Kingdom Cystic Fibrosis Trust, which Roslin selected to handle the sale and reap the proceeds, has already drawn bids from around the world, including from one American whom the trust described to NEWSWEEK as "" in the public eye. ''

    Spring Cloning

  • The fresh-cut area must be creamy-white, not yellow or brown;

    Tips for Finding and Keeping a Fresh Christmas Tree

  • Angelic is quite a fitting word to describe this delicately sweet, velvety soft, "creamy-white" fragrance.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Angelic is quite a fitting word to describe this delicately sweet, velvety soft, "creamy-white" fragrance.

    Perfume Review: Lostmarch Lann-Ael

  • Pocked with rust and old hail dents, the aged, creamy-white Pontiac Parisienne station wagon shimmied across the swells of an Oklahoma farm road, its thinning rubber wipers smearing the light rain across the windshield, but clearing just enough to give a glimpse of the dark storm cloud ahead.

    Storm Warning

  • The decision had already been made, declared the Minister of Justice, Ricard, who was large and fat and had creamy-white side whiskers.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • The decision had already been made, declared the Minister of Justice, Ricard, who was large and fat and had creamy-white side whiskers.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • Without exception, they were. red-haired and blue-eyed, their skins creamy-white and delicate rose, and they were tall and strong and beautifully formed.

    Dwellers in the Mirage

  • The proper creamy-white color of the crumb shows that the dough oxidation during mixing has not been excessive.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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