Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Somewhat golden in color.

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Examples

  • The goldish tones of my makeup and my extra-lush mink lashes only emphasized my eyes and high cheekbones.

    Real wifeys

  • I wouldn't wear bright pink near my face, but I have had some things in dusty pinks and goldish pinks that actually toned down my redness.

    The Pink Dress

  • The goldish tones of my makeup and my extra-lush mink lashes only emphasized my eyes and high cheekbones.

    Real wifeys

  • “Suck that dick,” he whispered down to me, bringing his hand up to twist in my doobie-wrapped, mid-back-length auburn hair with goldish blond streaks.

    Real wifeys

  • “Suck that dick,” he whispered down to me, bringing his hand up to twist in my doobie-wrapped, mid-back-length auburn hair with goldish blond streaks.

    Real wifeys

  • The goldish tones of my makeup and my extra-lush mink lashes only emphasized my eyes and high cheekbones.

    Real wifeys

  • “Suck that dick,” he whispered down to me, bringing his hand up to twist in my doobie-wrapped, mid-back-length auburn hair with goldish blond streaks.

    Real wifeys

  • “Suck that dick,” he whispered down to me, bringing his hand up to twist in my doobie-wrapped, mid-back-length auburn hair with goldish blond streaks.

    Real wifeys

  • The goldish tones of my makeup and my extra-lush mink lashes only emphasized my eyes and high cheekbones.

    Real wifeys

  • As lentils are considered a symbol of wealth for the new year in Italy, so, I propose, must chickpeas somehow invite fortune's smile; they are round like lentils, goldish when cooked over four or five hours, humble treasures.

    Fortune's Chickpeas

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