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orange-coloured

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective having the color of ripe oranges

Etymologies

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Examples

  • There is also a small nymph, which is black and cream, and an adult pied shieldbug, which is black and white: it is as if it is watching over its offspring – tiny orange-coloured nymphs that are in the flowers of the white dead-nettle.

    Country diary: East Yorkshire

  • There is also a small nymph, which is black and cream, and an adult pied shieldbug, which is black and white: it is as if it is watching over its offspring – tiny orange-coloured nymphs that are in the flowers of the white dead-nettle.

    Country diary: East Yorkshire

  • After awhile he came to see that the destroyer would cross the imaginary line between the centres of gravity of the two suns approximately midway, which meant that they would pass a few thousand miles closer to the surface of the orange-coloured giant since it was considerably larger than the blue dwarf.

    Parlor Games

  • Two light-years away they emerged again at a distance of three astronomical units from the orange-coloured sun of the twin system.

    Parlor Games

  • This activates nano-capsules -- each one about a thousand times smaller than the width of a human hair -- containing the necessary chemicals for the choice of drink: tropical orange-coloured, exotic mango-flavoured with a touch of stimulants and omega - 3, 6 and 9 oils, for example.

    Nanofood, Nanotech and Nanites: Quantum Effects and Fundamental Choices?

  • She suddenly felt irritated and looked again at the woman, who had just been handed a glass of some orange-coloured drink.

    ‘The Girl Who Played with Fire’

  • When the oaks are clothed in a delicate tracery of snow and hoar-frost, they sometimes look quite orange-coloured in the sunshine against the sky, and yet the hoar-frost scarcely drips ...

    Thinking About Colors

  • When the oaks are clothed in a delicate tracery of snow and hoar-frost, they sometimes look quite orange-coloured in the sunshine against the sky, and yet the hoar-frost scarcely drips ...

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • And only tonight when I was washing the dishes and the tea cup amongst them, which made the kitchen mysteriously gorgeous smelling that I realized that the orange-coloured thick residue in the teeny tea cup was not ancient orange juice, but an evaporated Diorissimo!

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • There are in the forest two varieties of wild Durians with much smaller fruits, one of them orange-coloured inside; and these are probably the origin of the large and fine Durians, which are never found wild.

    The Malay Archipelago

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