carroty


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car·rot·y

 (kăr′ə-tē)
adj.
1. Bright orange in color.
2. Having red hair; carrot-topped.

carroty

(ˈkærətɪ)
adj
1. (Colours) of a reddish or yellowish-orange colour
2. having red hair
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.carroty - resembling the bright orange of the root of the carrot plant; "a boy with carroty hair"
Translations

carroty

[ˈkærətɪ] ADJ [hair] → pelirrojo

carroty

adj hairkupferrot

carroty

[ˈkærətɪ] adj to have carroty hairessere un pel di carota
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The hair of his face, on the contrary, carroty and flaming, resembled a growth of copper wire clipped short to the line of the lip; while, no matter how close he shaved, fiery metallic gleams passed, when he moved his head, over the surface of his cheeks.
If you plant leeks, onions or garlic near carrots, their aroma will mask that sweet, carroty smell and reduce the risk of carrot root fly.
Then the garbage truck, an aquarium bus, a food cart for rabbits packed with carroty treats, Arctic animals traveling by snow globe, a jewel thief's getaway car.
Wings cup, tails flare and webbed feet on four pairs of carroty legs extend toward the surface of the river.
At one point following a presidential debate in January 2016, (http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2016-01-14/why-is-donald-trump-orange) a top trending question on Google asked why the then-presidential candidate's skin tone looked more carroty than most pale complexions.
(13) From its opening scene at mess: "We are at rest five miles behind the front and now our bellies are full of beef and haricot beans" with its visual immediacy of "The cook with his carroty red head" (Remarque 1), right through to the novel's final moments: "I am very quiet.
We can see groups of similar strategies (yellow/light squares), carroty areas represent uncorrelated systems and red/darker squares represent negatively correlated systems (very few).
His carroty characters were used extensively in newspaper campaigns.
If you feel food is best left in your kitchen, you may think this isn't for you, but rest assured it's not carroty at all.
WE PICKED IT BECAUSE: Available in lightweight, squeezable BPA-free pouches, Mashups from Revolution Foods, a brand of The Nest Collective in Emeryville, Calif., are organic, nutritious snacks featuring a balance of naturally sweet,100 percent real fruit and vegetable purees in three varieties: Carroty Chop, Blueberry Blitz and Beetbox Berry.