[ US /ˈmɪɫki/ ]
[ UK /mˈɪlki/ ]
  1. resembling milk in color; not clear
    milky glass
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  • By recording the spectra of several distant quasars whose light pierces the Milky Way, the spacecraft revealed some 50 ultraviolet-absorbing gas clouds around our galaxy.
  • High above us, the great heptagon of the Winter sky: Capella, Aldebaran, Rigel, Sirius, Procyon, Pollux, and Castor (with Saturn nearby) - with Betelgeuse in the center and the Milky Way cascading through, just to the left of Orion.
  • The fruit of the fig is about as big as a rounceval pea, or very small gooseberry; and each of them, upon breaking off the stalk very close, produces one drop of a milky liquor, resembling the juice of our figs, of which the tree is indeed a species. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 13
  • The folks behind nearby cow juice-friendly club night Milk debut their new monthly venture Laid this Wednesday and, in keeping with the bar's theme and their own dairy fetish, White Russians are on special offer, along with various other made-to-order milky concoctions. Clubs picks of the week
  • By contrast, to reach our nearest galactic neighbor, the Andromeda galaxy, you'd need only twenty-five Milky Ways.
  • Recently, he presented "Unpublished," a photography exhibition at Art Basel in Miami and co-founded that city's and arguably the country's hottest new retail spot, The Webster, a three-story boutique for fashion, photography, design and food, housed in an Art Deco space finished with milky marble and brass. L'Homme de la Renaissance
  • In reality, the Triangle is taller but narrower and through it flows the Milky Way as it arches over the sky from Sagittarius in the SSW to Auriga in the NNE. Starwatch
  • The girl admired her mother's long white hair, and soft, milky skin.
  • It looked, to be sure, nothing like the milky portraits we had been shown in Sunday school, looked hardly at all like the handsome gentleman with the Aryan profile and the five-hundred-watt glow who effulged at us from calendars in Protestant parlors all over Dixie. Another Roadside Attraction
  • There are reckoned to be about 400 billion stars in our galaxy, the Milky Way.
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