What is another word for yellowy?

Pronunciation: [jˈɛlə͡ʊi] (IPA)

Yellowy is a color word that describes a somewhat dull or muted shade of yellow. While it is a useful word, using it repetitively can become monotonous and boring, which is why it is essential to have synonyms for this descriptive term. Some synonyms for yellowy include ochreous, saffron, lemony, wheat-colored, gold-toned, and buttery. Each of these terms describes different variations of a yellowish shade, from the bright and sunny to the warm and earthy. By using these synonyms, you can add variety and nuance to your descriptions, making your writing more engaging and colorful.

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What are the hypernyms for Yellowy?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Yellowy

If things went wrong-but they couldn't go wrong with those wonderful yellowy brown eyes of Hazel's smiling encouragement upon him.
"The Son of his Father"
Ridgwell Cullum
A yard or two on this side of them, two men tuck their waist clothes round their hips and go in with their oxen; both the yellowy-brown men and the oxen seem to enjoy it, and come out with the sun in high lights on their tautened muscles.
"From Edinburgh to India & Burmah"
William G. Burn Murdoch
For where there had been a road with hedges on each side and fields stretching beyond them, there was now no road, no hedge, no field; but there was a great broad river sweeping across their path; a mighty tumble of yellowy-brown waters, very swift, very savage; churning and billowing and jockeying among rough boulders and islands of stone.
"Irish Fairy Tales"
James Stephens

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