yellowness

[ UK /jˈɛlə‍ʊnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. yellow color or pigment; the chromatic color resembling the hue of sunflowers or ripe lemons
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  • They were cooked until the white but not the yolk was set, allowing me to indulge in my favourite Sunday pastime of dipping the brittle, breadstick-like crust into the pool of rich, runny yellowness spreading over my plate.
  • The relation between yellowness index and time of irradiation is a power function. After irradiation, the most decreased amino acids are corresponding to tryptophan, histidine and tyrosine.
  • I confronted this fact while standing in front of a gorgeous yellow bowl, decorated with nothing but its own perfect yellowness, which looked utterly Chinese to me.
  • The light from my lantern seemed no more than a sickly yellow glow against the gloom, and higher, some forty or fifty feet, and a few ratlines below the futtock rigging on the starboard side, there was another glow of yellowness in the night. The Ghost Pirates
  • I icterus - yellowness of the whites of the eyes (sclera). immune system - the collection of cells and organs that together act to fight infection. Glossary of liver transplant terms
  • Other symptoms include bleeding, jaundice, excessive yellowness of urine, feces, eyes and skin, excessive hunger, thirst, burning sensations and difficulty sleeping.
  • Her smooth, pink-and-white cheeks and unwinking eyes contrasted vividly with his seamed yellowness and blinking grin; for a long time he coquetted at her, and played peep-bo, without disturbing her gravity, making humorous side comments to the on-lookers meanwhile. Hawthorne and His Circle
  • And the thankfully near full moon was magically radiant in its slight yellowness, divinely suspended in nothingness amid the sequined backdrop of stars, planets and galaxies.
  • It seems to me that we can exhort and hope all we want to, but the imposition of blackness, brownness, yellowness or redness is not something an individual controls.
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