yellowish-white


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Adj.1.yellowish-white - of a white tinged with yellow
achromatic, neutral - having no hue; "neutral colors like black or white"
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It required a certain amount of scientific education to perceive that the grey scale of the Thing was no common oxide, that the yellowish-white metal that gleamed in the crack between the lid and the cylinder had an unfamiliar hue.
In 2017, a new moth species discovered in California and Mexico was christened Neopalpa donaldtrumpi because of the yellowish-white scales on its head that bore a striking resemblance to the president's hair.
Table 3 depicting a morphological observation designates that generally the colour of bacteria colony graded from white to yellowish-white.
The nodule was circumscribed, well demarcated, apparently encapsulated, yellowish-white, and firm.
(12) Fundus examination showed marked yellowish-white discoloration of the macula with some evidence of intraretinal hemorrhage (Figure 2A and B).
They can be identified by a top shell that has green, brown, yellow, black and gray coloring and an underside that is yellowish-white.
Its yellow skin is rough and thin and its flesh, yellowish-white.
Months earlier, a small moth with a yellowish-white coif of scales was named for then-President-elect Trump, who wears a similar hairstyle, researchers told the scientific journal ZooKeys.
They produce a solid yellowish-white discharge, followed by a clear discharge.
During the procedure, yellowish-white mucous content was seen and drained out.
The collared peccary, or javelina, is a salt-and-pepper gray animal with a distinctive "collar" of yellowish-white hair running diagonally from the middle of the back forward across the shoulders to the lower neck.
The resected kidney showed a yellowish-white tumor in the upper parenchyma and incomplete double ureters (Figure 3).