Yellow - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- easily frightened (syn: chicken, lily-livered, white-livered, yellow-bellied)
- changed to a yellowish color by age
too yellow to stand and fight
He was too yellow to stand up and fight.
...you'll come with us into the cave, unless you're yellow...
The bridesmaids were dressed in yellow.
The paper had yellowed with age.
The leaves were yellowed by disease.
He has a yellow streak in him.
The vellum is yellowed in these thirteen years.
Yellow doesn't suit me at all.
The room was decorated in a variety of reds, blues, and yellows.
The pages of the book began to yellow
The truck crossed the double yellow line and entered the other lane.
We're going to paint the room yellow.
... and a small precise mouth he kept pursed over teeth a shade too prominent and yellow.
Yellow ribbons were tied on trees as a tribute to the soldiers at war.
The fruit is yellow, with a blush of pink.
present participle: yellowing
past tense: yellowed
past participle: yellowed
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