orange-coloured

ADJECTIVE
  1. having the color of ripe oranges
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How To Use orange-coloured In A Sentence

  • Orange-coloured grounds may be formed by mixing vermilion or red lead with King's yellow, or orange lake or red orpiment (? realgar) will make a brighter orange ground than can be produced by any mixture. Handbook on Japanning: 2nd Edition For Ironware, Tinware, Wood, Etc. With Sections on Tinplating and Galvanizing
  • Last year in another play, she had to wear short socks and a bright, orange-coloured dress.
  • The draperies were, frankly, an orange-coloured man-made fibre rather than caparisons of royal purple silk.
  • Choose a golden-orange-coloured pineapple with undamaged leaves.
  • In some cases the seeds may remain hanging by their red or orange-coloured funicles from the open legume, the coloured funicle and aril acting as a bird attractant.
  • The Spindle Tree has a green bark, and glossy leaves, producing only small greenish flowers: whilst the pendulous ornaments so brilliantly borne in autumn are four-lobed capsules of a pale red hue, which open out and disclose ruddy orange-coloured seeds wrapped in a scarlet arillus. Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure
  • Last year in another play, she had to wear short socks and a bright, orange-coloured dress.
  • Similar changes will be made to the orange-coloured symbols that indicate permissive paths.
  • A nurse applies an orange-coloured antiseptic with cotton wool to a girl who suffered serious burns to her back.
  • * The Pittosporum angustifolium we also recognised here, loaded with its singular orange-coloured bivalved fruit. Three Expeditions into the Interior of Eastern Australia, Volume 2
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