Definitions

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  • adjective Having a yellow color (or discoloration), especially when due to age.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of yellow.

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  • adjective changed to a yellowish color by age

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Examples

  • In front of me were pages yellowed from the passing of time, typed on a typewriter with English font.

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  • The two windows, both on the same side, were curtained with heavy muslin yellowed with age.

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  • The skull was described as yellowed with age and missing its teeth.

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  • The skull was described as yellowed with age and missing its teeth.

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  • The skull was described as yellowed with age and missing its teeth.

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  • The skull was described as yellowed with age and missing its teeth.

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  • That page is kind of yellowed, but I have it framed on the wall of my den.

    Willie

  • Ahhh ..... books ... don't you just love the smell of the really old "yellowed" ones?

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  • But there's something in the way he holds himself, something in the way his legs are crossed, that looks exactly like a man I've seen in grams' yellowed album.

    Walter

  • Even today, as the group's executive chef, Mr. Sahajdák keeps a weathered copy with broken bindings in his kitchen, his own bookmarks and notes complementing its cracked and yellowed pages.

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