orangish


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or·ang·ish

 (ôr′ĭn-jĭsh, ŏr′-)
adj.
1. Somewhat orange in color.
2. Somewhat orange in flavor.

orangish

(ˈɒrɪndʒɪʃ)
adj
(Colours) having an orange colour
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.orangish - of the color between red and yellow; similar to the color of a ripe orange
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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Though those plumes had disappeared by 2017, the belt had since widened northward, and its northern edge had changed color from white to orangish brown.
Researchers explained the plumes interacted with strong winds, which expanded the planet's belts and changed their color from white to orangish brown.
I've never found a biologist who has been able to explain the red or orangish eye color some of the fish have at times.
Under these conditions the night sky appears grey or orangish and the Milky Way cannot be seen.
The male sports a dark cap, white eyebrow, black line through the eye, orangish underparts and blue-gray back.
Spaghetti squash is a popular yellow orangish vegetable harvested in early fall.
M1: yes D2: ok, so the one in the corner is a blue cup M2: not a cup, I see there is a square, it is blue D3: alright, I will go with that, right under that is a yellow pepper M3: ok, I see apple but orangish yellow D4: ok, so that yellow pepper is named Brittany M4: uh, the bottom left of those four?
marinoni Shimbori, Shaw and Penteado-Dias --Propodeum and metasomal T1 orangish yellow; T1 1.8x longer than its apical width (Fig.
The next radius, [h.sub.uv] = 45[degrees], represents stimuli frequently seen as orangish. The next one, [h.sub.uv] = 90[degrees], represents those that tend to be seen as yellowish, etc.
Color yellowish, mid-dorsal vitta orangish across mesonotum; forewings lacking dark coloration at apices.