yellow-brown

ADJECTIVE
  1. of a medium to dark brownish yellow color
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How To Use yellow-brown In A Sentence

  • The caudal fin is yellow-brown, and the dorsal spine and long snout are orange.
  • ‘They mix it with saliva, pollen and beeswax to form propolis, a resinous yellow-brown to dark brown substance,’ she said.
  • Its fur is yellow-brown, with a darker vest and collar.
  • Also known as Afrormosia, Kokrodua and Assamela, the African teak (Pericopsis elata) has brown, green or yellow-brown bark.
  • Brookite is a transparent to opaque mineral that occurs in various shades of red- and yellow-brown through dark brown to black.
  • He wore a yellow-brown silk cloak with cotton trim; his sleeves were long, extending over his hands.
  • He wasn't husky, nor Malemute, nor Hudson Bay; he looked like all of them and he didn't look like any of them; and on top of it all he had some of the white man's dog in him, for on one side, in the thick of the mixed yellow-brown-red-and-dirty-white that was his prevailing color, there was a spot of coal-black as big as a water-bucket. That Spot
  • I stepped outside under a refulgent sky, and I saw a tiny yellow-brown bird fly over the house into an oak.
  • He wore a yellow-brown silk cloak with cotton trim; his sleeves were long, extending over his hands.
  • The crystals were yellow-brown aggregates of needle-shaped structures that simulated haystacks.
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