[ US /ˈɔɹəndʒ, ˈɔɹɪndʒ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒɹɪndʒ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒɹɪndʒ/ ]
- a river in South Africa that flows generally westward to the Atlantic Ocean
How To Use Orange In A Sentence
- They were pink and yellow and orange, and they reminded Kate of the flowers from a Dr. Seuss book. CIRCLE OF THREE: BOOK 6: RING OF LIGHT
- They had to make do with kitchen tuffets, orange boxes, a piano stool and a rocking chair borrowed from next door.
- Thousands of free apples and oranges will be handed out each day as the government urges in-school tuck shops to serve healthier snacks.
- The Orangery restaurant is not as gorgeous as the rest of the house, partly because it is in a modern extension, but mainly because it is unattractively lit.
- Like a lacertine Vicar of Bray, he varies incontinently from buff to blue, and from blue back to orange again, under stress of circumstances. Falling in Love With Other Essays on More Exact Branches of Science
- similar to the tangerine"; kalamansi, meanwhile, also known as calamondin orange, is a naturally-occurring hybrid between a type of tangerine and a type of kumquat. FoodNavigator RSS
- The Twelfth" officially commemorates the July 12, 1690, triumph of Protestant King William of Orange versus the Catholic he deposed from the English throne, James II, at the Battle of the Boyne south of Belfast. Latest Headlines - ABC 7 News
- Relaxing, in amusement at her unwonted altruism of motive, she had drawn her moleskin coat more closely around her, and settled back to wait the other woman's pleasure in returning to the bright warmth that the pale-orange ribbon of light, wavering upon the swaying platform, harbingered. Undesirables
- Roughly a third of the way up the fence is a guard rail - again in orange - which provides a sighting line for the jockeys. Times, Sunday Times
- Orange is the perfect antidote when a garden looks lacklustre. Times, Sunday Times