Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative form of yellowred.
  • n. Alternative form of yellowred.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Apart from spectrum-shrugging browns, greys, and whites, which seem consistent with the Modernist moment, fully adherent reds and blues also outweigh the compound colors of blue-yellow (greens), yellow-red (oranges), and blue-green (eau-de-nil), but with (for example) those loud assertions of violet these compounds are nevertheless forcefully present.

    Further thoughts about “Pavlova”

  • A spurt of hot yellow-red light severed the darkness the instant her fingers closed over his hand and gripped it; a second later the palm of her right hand slapped over his mouth, holding in the scream that would have rippled out.

    Highborn

  • Lushly spread throughout the island, fuchsia bougainvillea petals, bright yellow-red mangos and café colored coconuts sit upon their respective emerald, lime, olive, or hunter green foliage.

    Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche

  • Edgar @ 192: Cones have three peaks, one each at red, blue and and green technically, green-yellow and yellow-red.

    Making Light: Making light under difficult conditions

  • He pointed it in the sink and turned the water on, he could see the white of a bone and yellow-red flesh.

    Pink

  • These manzanillo trees have poisonous yellow-red fruit resembling a small apple, but their wood is very water resistant and strong, yet flexible.

    How Did Manzanillo Get Its Name?

  • I'm wearing a sports bra and shorts, the summer keeps unfurling, though there are cracks in her bravado, yellow-red leaves spackling through the green of the trees.

    blog: September 2009

  • Prior to this date it was often called "yellow-red" on artists' palettes.

    A color by any other name

  • Tropical nutrient-impoverished soils (yellow-red latosols, podzols and lithosols) are dominant.

    Pernambuco coastal forests

  • Tropical nutrient-impoverished soils are prevalent (yellow-red latosol, podzols and lithosols).

    Serra do Mar coastal forests

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