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yellowish-orange

Definitions

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

  • adjective of orange tinged with yellow

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Examples

  • You can arrange them on a colour wheel that models the transitions more gradually — red, reddish-orange, orange, yellowish-orange, yellow, and so on.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • You can arrange them on a colour wheel that models the transitions more gradually — red, reddish-orange, orange, yellowish-orange, yellow, and so on.

    Creative Control - Part 5

  • To the human eye, Pluto has a yellowish-orange color, and is about 20% redder than it used to be.

    New Hubble Images Show Pluto is Changing | Universe Today

  • A yellowish-orange stain seeped into the cotton fabric of her shirt, and she regretted it immediately.

    Beneath My Mother’s Feet

  • He had characteristics in common with other members of the char family: a body that was grayish-olive overall like a mackinaw, the white-bordered fins of a brook trout, faint pink-to-orange spots like an Arctic char and just a hint of yellowish-orange on the belly that would slowly brighten over the next month or so into full orange spawning colors.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • Huge amounts of yellowish-orange particles are released en masse from the array and focused by Lexx's nervous system to a point just above its mouth.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • He had characteristics in common with other members of the char family: a body that was grayish-olive overall like a mackinaw, the white-bordered fins of a brook trout, faint pink-to-orange spots like an Arctic char and just a hint of yellowish-orange on the belly that would slowly brighten over the next month or so into full orange spawning colors.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • The absorption maximum of its basic solutions is at about 494 nm, resulting in a yellowish-orange color.

    Still fluorescing after all these years

  • A yellowish-orange stain seeped into the cotton fabric of her shirt, and she regretted it immediately.

    Beneath My Mother’s Feet

  • He had characteristics in common with other members of the char family: a body that was grayish-olive overall like a mackinaw, the white-bordered fins of a brook trout, faint pink-to-orange spots like an Arctic char and just a hint of yellowish-orange on the belly that would slowly brighten over the next month or so into full orange spawning colors.

    Fool’s Paradise

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