old gold


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old gold

n.
A dark yellow, from light olive or olive brown to deep or strong yellow.

old′-gold′ adj.

old gold

n
(Colours)
a. a dark yellow colour, sometimes with a brownish tinge
b. (as adjective): an old-gold carpet.

old′ gold′


n.
a color ranging from medium yellow to light olive.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.old gold - a dark yellowold gold - a dark yellow        
yellow, yellowness - yellow color or pigment; the chromatic color resembling the hue of sunflowers or ripe lemons
References in classic literature ?
At eight o'clock the next evening Aunt Ellen took a quaint old gold ring from a moth-eaten case and gave it to Richard.
Mr Verloc was going westward through a town without shadows in an atmosphere of powdered old gold.
The old gold and silver coins of the country were of ancient and unknown origin, as a rule, but some of them were Roman; they were ill-shapen, and seldom rounder than a moon that is a week past the full; they were hammered, not minted, and they were so worn with use that the devices upon them were as illegible as blisters, and looked like them.
But the boat was famous for her speed, and the house, garden, and every thing Julia knew, were soon out of sight, and she, by accident, touching the picture which she had encased in an old gold setting of her mother's, and lodged in her bosom, was immediately restored to her former sense of things.
Large rooms, completely stripped of furniture, bare walls upon which, here and there, shone the old gold moldings which had resisted time and neglect, windows with broken panes (impossible to close), no carpets, neither guards nor servants: this is what first met the eyes of Athos, to which he, touching his companion's elbow, directed his attention by his glances.
After some search, it was found in the box, at the bottom of a horse's nose-bag; wherein(besides hay) there was discovered an old gold watch, with chain and seals, which Mr.
He held out his snuffbox of old gold, with a great amethyst in the centre of the lid.
It was a scarf of strong dead colours, dark red and old gold and purple, probably of Oriental fabrication.
Absolutely perfect features; a skin that reminded you of old gold, so delicate was its bronze; magnificent hair, not black but nearly; and such eyes and teeth as would have made the fortune of a face without another point.
The Old Gold arrived without a point from their first four games, but stunned the Lakesiders with a second minute headed goal from Kostya Georgievsky before Kieran Lewis doubled the lead with a free kick on 14 minutes.
Bangor exerted the early pressure, with player-boss Gary Taylor-Fletcher showing up well, but it was the Old Gold who took the lead after 12 minutes when Thomas pounced in the box to produce a neat, closerange finish.
OLD GOLD is worth another chance when he goes in the 9.