yellow light

NOUN
  1. the signal to proceed with caution
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How To Use yellow light In A Sentence

  • In the warm yellow light of the dining car windows I caught a glimpse of a woman raising a wine glass.
  • The voynix padded up the circular drive to the front doors of Ardis Hall, stopped in the shaft of yellow light from those doors, and set the carriole tongues down so gently that Daeman did not even feel a bump. Ilium
  • So as the males fly overhead, she illuminates a small patch towards the rear of her abdomen, which produces an extraordinary greenish-yellow light, via a process known as bioluminescence. Weatherwatch: glow-worms
  • The low sun lit the fortress walls with yellow light.
  • Puddles of frozen slush glittered dully in the reflected yellow light from the phony gas lamps that illuminated the brick-paved plaza. A RODENT OF DOUBT
  • It should come as no surprise that, when the slightest blink of yellow light came into view, I recklessly sped towards it.
  • Clays wired up the Christmas tree in the dormitory lounge so that the different frequencies of sound activated its red, green, blue and yellow lights.
  • The dim yellow light of the fifteen - watt bulb flickered overhead.
  • It was that of a talus larger than the largest Auk had ever seen; its virescent bronze face was cast in a grimace of hate, blinding yellow light glared from its eyes, and the oily black barrels of a flamer and a pair of buzz guns jutted from its open mouth. Calde of the Long Sun
  • The dim, yellow light each one was shedding cast shadows off the crates and barrels carelessly piled along the length of the alley, and occasionally a squeak and a scamper echoed throughout the area.
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