brownish-yellow


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Adj.1.brownish-yellow - of a medium to dark brownish yellow color
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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All I could discern distinctly by the moonlight was a colourless, youthful face, meagre and sharp to look at about the cheeks and chin; large, grave, wistfully attentive eyes; nervous, uncertain lips; and light hair of a pale, brownish-yellow hue.
The root of the plant is processed and formulated into a fine brownish-yellow powder to obtain the extract.
'Full of Grace' is bronze glass cleaving a wedge of brownish-yellow crystal, clearly representing the translucent fossil resin used for making jewelry.
When blanched by diascopic pressure, the lesions reveal a pale brownish-yellow or "apple-jelly" color [3-5].
The limestone used in constructing the Pyramids has a brownish-yellow color, which was not appreciated much at that time, and hence it was used only in building the inner supporting core of the pyramid.
###3 (b, c)###2-(furan-2-yl)-3-hydroxy-4 H-chromen-4-one Brownish-yellow crystal 5 mins.
' His face was yellow-colored, the skin on his neck was hanging off and the recommendations of fingers were a brownish-yellow.'.
The source added: "His face was yellowish, the skin on his neck was hanging off and the tips of his fingers were a brownish-yellow. He was preparing to die for a little while."
The substance tints the area it covers a soft brownish-yellow, rendering the fabric semitranslucent while sealing its pores.
The adult is brownish-yellow or brownishorange with 2 and 1 distinct, dark wavy lines on the forewing and hindwing, respectively.