yellow-brown


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Adj.1.yellow-brown - of a medium to dark brownish yellow color
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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She delivered reproaches, swallowed potatoes and drank from a yellow-brown bottle.
The hat rested any way on her yellow-brown hair, that waved a little, was heavy, and clung close to her head.
The wood I walk in on this mild May day, with the young yellow-brown foliage of the oaks between me and the blue sky, the white star-flowers and the blue-eyed speedwell and the ground ivy at my feet, what grove of tropic palms, what strange ferns or splendid broad-petalled blossoms, could ever thrill such deep and delicate fibres within me as this home scene?
His face changed color the instant he read the first lines; his cheeks fading to a dull, yellow-brown hue, which would have been ashy paleness in a less florid man; and his expression becoming saddened and overclouded in a moment.
In 1971, author Ken Kesey wrote an essay in The Register-Guard describing field burning smoke that "rose into mighty murky pillars, into spectacular thunderheads all knobby and ponderous, like great yellow-brown puffed lips or punk knots swelling from an injured land, then all the separate pillars joined into one great bruise that began creeping the width and length of the valley.
A 12-year-old female born at term to nonconsanguineous parents presented to our outpatient clinic with thickened, brittle nails with yellow-brown discoloration and subungual hyperkeratosis involving finger- and toenails starting at the age of 8 months.
The distinct and remarkable facies are characterized by yellow-brown siltstone, mudstones offlood plains, massive silica rich off-white to cream colored sandstones probably of beach environment.
The skin of his volar fingers is dry, with some fine scale and several thickened, yellow-brown areas (photo on right).
They are dark green, stiff and leathery, and often scurfy underneath with yellow-brown pubescence.
1-3] The clinical appearance depends on the type of AI, varying from the mild hypomature 'snow-capped' enamel to the more severe hereditary hypoplasia with thin, hard enamel which has a yellow-brown appearance.
Femora dark red-brown with yellow-brown proximal ends (distal end pale red-brown), mixed dark red-brown and pale yellowish setose.