Use Yellow in a Sentence – How to use “Yellow” in a sentence

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How to use the word Yellow in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word Yellow.

Yellow in a Sentence

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Definition of Yellow

of the color between green and orange in the spectrum, a subtractive primary color complementary to blue; colored like ripe lemons or egg yolks.

Examples of Yellow in a sentence

  1. The paint we use for the bathroom is white with a yellow tint.
  2. The warm atmosphere of the reception area in the advertising agency is due to the yellow and orange tones used on the walls.
  3. At the time of surgery, diffuse white spongy nodules were found in the retina, markedly lined arteries and a well-defined yellow subretinal abscess in the inferior fundus.
  4. There is a liquefiable center with yellow pus surrounded by a thin wall.
  5. Populations of yellow cedar, a species of tree that is common in northwestern North America, have been declining steadily for more than a century, since about 1880.
  6. Wood species include yellow cedar, red cedar, western hemlock, douglas fir, white oak, maple and Fokien cypress.
  7. I was surprised by the decoration: geometric patterns of bright red, yellow and green colors that shouted from each wall.
  8. The walls were painted with alternating stripes of yellow and green.
  9. Ashley: Mm. Good luck. Men of Peggy’s caliber do not exactly take ads in the Yellow Pages.
  10. Their yellow flowers-have four petals, and they are borne in terminal clusters.
  11. The electromagnetic radiation that gives the sensation of yellow has a wavelength centered at about 5750 angstroms, although this value varies somewhat from one person to another.
  12. This plant produces golden yellow flowers that turn into small inedible fruits.
  13. One species, H. fulva, is tawny orange; another, II. flava, is clear lemon yellow in color and is often called “lemon lily.”
  14. Among the most popular crocuses are cloth-of-gold, Crocus susianus, which has yellow and brown flowers; C. biflorus, which has purple flowers, often with deep stripes; the lavender C. tomasinianus; and C. imperati, which has white or lilac flowers marked by three purple stripes.
  15. They have red or red-and-yellow beaks and dark-brown plumage, lighter below.
  16. A few steps farther on in her walk, Mary Bell came to a place where a great number of yellow butterflies had settled down together in the path.

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