yellow-white

ADJECTIVE
  1. of a white tinged with yellow
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How To Use yellow-white In A Sentence

  • Following counter-staining with aniline blue, berberine hemisulfate stains lignified walls bright yellow, Casparian bands intense yellow-white and suberin blue white or blue.
  • In tuberculous peritonitis, the peritoneum is studded with multiple yellow-white tubercles.
  • The numbers of yellow-white matroclinous exceptions observed were as follows: yellow-white females, yellow-white cubitus interruptus eyeless Russian females, and yellow-white sparkling poliert females.
  • The water around the boat is like molten gold, the black hills ahead of us back lit by yellow-white light and the sky is a rhapsody of fleecy cloud in blue, pink, red, grey and orange.
  • I saw yellow-white explosions in my gut, and it seemed as if magma seeped through my bowels.
  • But a little admixture, 1 percent if I recall, of ceria enables it to convert the flame's energy into the bright yellow-white light many of us have seen. Patrick Takahashi: There is Something About Thorium
  • The larvae are yellow-white in colour, up to 4mm long and found in cavities within distorted fruitlets.
  • The unhatched eggs, which are called nits, are a yellow-white colour and are often mistaken for flakes of dry skin or dandruff.
  • The beard and whiskers are white or grey, the forehead band and mane are white to yellow-white.
  • At midmonth the ringed planet appears as a bright yellow-white ‘star’ shining at magnitude 0.3.
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