yellowed

[ UK /jˈɛlə‍ʊd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. changed to a yellowish color by age
    yellowed parchment
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How To Use yellowed In A Sentence

  • Its cover was yellowed, and the green comb-tooth binding had a bit of a jack-o-lantern look from missing teeth, and the pages were splattered with batter stains, grease, and residual powdered sugar. Pawpaw Adventure Part Three: Pawpaw Faux Pas
  • On top of each bundle is a faded, yellowed photograph.
  • The newspaper had been yellowed by sunlight.
  • Bill is yellowed and crumpled, with a good line in apoplectic ranting and a hard-earned smoker's cough.
  • Then we put a Santa Claus hat with a white pompom on his head, took his picture, and slipped it into our family photo album, which naturally, over time, yellowed and will one day disintegrate into ash. Tom Grimes's "The Leash": Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature
  • In yellowed black-and-white prints, hunters in flared pants and boots that lace to the knee hold lever actions in the crooks of their elbows and pose beside rows of bucks hung from the meat pole. A Day in Deer Camp
  • The gray pupils are glazed and the yellowed whites are striated with red.
  • One of them is yellowed and it has my father in his youth standing beside his parents, who are dead now and stored in urns just as yellow as the picture.
  • But a set of yellowed photographs, recently found in a basement, has aroused nostalgia for the days when the Beachwood Circle Shop was the favorite gathering place for teen-agers in central Ocean County. 2009 May 24 « Beachwood Historical Alliance
  • He smiled and showed off his sharp fangs, slightly yellowed as any wild cats would be.
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