creamy-white


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Adj.1.creamy-white - having the color of fresh cream
colored, coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
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He was absent-minded, but he stopped to pat a little dog whose attentions he usually ignored, and he picked a creamy-white rose as he crossed the lawn and wondered why it should remind him of her.
A slim-balustered staircase, wide and shallow and once creamy-white, climbed out of it under a long oval window.
This attractive bushy herb has oval-shaped textured leaves with scalloped edges and leafy spikes of creamy-white or pale purple flowers in summer.
This variety presents the most unusual mix of creamy-white flowers with apricot-pink centres - an excellent choice if you covet naturalising bulbs.
albiventer being a deep chestnut-red with creamy-white guard hairs scattered on half its back, with a few distributed on the shoulders and head, that of P.
The Resolute Butterfly I MARK the erratic progress of a fluttering butterfly; Dipping and bobbing, a dash of creamy-white against the long grass And the rainbow hues of myriad wild flowers scattered across the meadow.
These pretty perennials, in shades ranging from creamy-white to lilac, pink and red, rise above neat mounds of deeply cut foliage in summer.
These perennials, in shades from creamy-white to lilac, pink and red, rise above mounds of deeply cut foliage.
grandiflora - which can grow to 18m (60ft) producing huge, fragrant, creamy-white flowers from late summer to autumn - there are also smaller, but no less impressive types.
grandiflora, which can grow to 18m (60ft) producing huge, fragrant, creamy-white flowers from late summer to autumn, there are also smaller, but no less impressive types including M.
The benefits of its excellent flavour and eating quality are further enhanced by its attractive creamy-white colour and clean eat.
The adult moth lays her eggs in the open pea flowers and these hatch into the tiny, creamy-white caterpillars with dark spots on their backs.