Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having the color of a ripe lemon; of a lemon-color.

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Examples

  • She took off her lemon-colored glasses and waved them in the air.

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  • Here, a model's eyebrows are painted into triangles, his plethora of tattoos contrasting with a soft lemon-colored jacket with triangular coattails.

    Berlin Fashion Week

  • Journal Community "I saw the back of her head!" said Matt Ireland, a 22-year-old Essex resident, watching on the Mall as Queen Elizabeth II, in a lemon-colored wool dress and hat, rolled by in a Bentley on the way to Westminster Abbey.

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  • A twenty-year-old gymnast named Patricia is wearing black tights and a lemon-colored tank top.

    Women Food and God

  • In fact, she was still wearing the lemon-colored morning gown in which she had been abducted.

    Shameless

  • And no, this isn't the same lemon-colored villain from Sin City.

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  • Gradually add the sugar, beating on high speed until lemon-colored.

    One Big Table

  • There are about eight of them, and they are all wearing the Day-Glo yellow and hot-green sweaters and lemon-colored pants and Italian-style socks.

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  • To the east a lemon-colored sun cleared a pinkish L.A. skyline, a scene not devoid of beauty until you thought about the sheer number of airborne carcinogens that made this possible.

    Babylon Nights

  • Ralph lived alone in a small flat with high ceilings and lemon-colored walls in one of the art deco apartment buildings in a street at the back of the Cross as it sloped down toward wealthy Elizabeth Bay.

    The Legacy

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