Definitions

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  • adj. of yellow tinged with gold

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Examples

  • The eggs are all broken, bashed right in, the inside of the carton swimming in golden-yellow yolk.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • So the deep red, strawberry-flavoured Devonshire Quarrenden and golden-yellow Grenadier deteriorated fast.

    Gardens: Apple glut

  • My moustache, beard and hair were that golden-yellow such as one sometimes sees in paintings of the northern sea-kings.

    Chapter 15

  • Winter squash are round, elongated, scalloped. pear, and turban shaped with flesh that ranges from golden-yellow to brilliant orange.

    Mary Ann Esposito: Squash, Plain and Fancy

  • Sorry, are you sure you want to "abuse" a bottle of golden-yellow liquid that you found in a train station?

    The Ashes 2010: Australia v England – day three live! | Andy Bull and Rob Smyth

  • Problem is, I chose this golden-yellow maid-of-honor gown back when I was a “summer.”

    Bring On the Night

  • Dark: Deeper brown, all metallics (bronze and gold mixes), pink, deeper peach tones, bright fuchsia, all reds (if your skin has a more golden-yellow tone, try to avoid orange reds), deeper wine reds; deep eggplant and purple are also excellent choices on dark skin

    Best in Beauty

  • The bowl was filled to the brim with golden-yellow dough, full of air-bubbles, and showing every sign that he had got it to rise.

    The South Pole~ A Day at Framheim

  • Then he saw her—dressed in a white, form-fitting pantsuit, set off by a golden-yellow blouse with a pronounced fly-away collar.

    Déjà Vu

  • Their well-known fluorocarbon line has been reformulated to glow bright golden-yellow when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light.

    Reel & Line

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