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 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.
The adult is brownish-yellow or brownishorange with 2 and 1 distinct, dark wavy lines on the forewing and hindwing, respectively.
DSS workers' dressing sense is in sharp contrast to the RSS's cadres who wear half khaki (dull brownish-yellow colour) pants and white shirts.
Coloration (Figs 53-56): Carapace low, flat, dark brown with median brownish-yellow longitudinal stripe, slightly broader in posterior part of ocular area, with two lateral yellow bands, covered with white adpressed hairs.
3,5 Nail changes in onychomycosis can occur in various forms, such as destruction of nail plate, roughening of nail plate, onycholysis, subungual hyperkeratosis, thickening and discoloration of nail plate (yellowish, brownish-yellow, whitish, blackish).
Juice is extracted and clarified, evaporated, crystallized and centrifuged, resulting in brownish-yellow crystals called raw sugar and molasses.
Juice is then extracted and must be clarified, evaporated, crystallized, and centrifuged, resulting in brownish-yellow crystals called "raw sugar" and molasses.