yellowness

Definitions

  • Work of Ambrosia Beetles in Tulip or Yellow Poplar Wood
    Work of Ambrosia Beetles in Tulip or Yellow Poplar Wood
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n yellowness yellow color or pigment; the chromatic color resembling the hue of sunflowers or ripe lemons
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Additional illustrations & photos:

COME UNTO THESE YELLOW SANDS COME UNTO THESE YELLOW SANDS
Yellow Birch. Gray Birch Yellow Birch. Gray Birch
Chinquapin Oak. Chestnut Oak. Yellow Oak Chinquapin Oak. Chestnut Oak. Yellow Oak
Yellow Oak. Black Oak Yellow Oak. Black Oak
The giant yellow slug The giant yellow slug
The yellow-hammer The yellow-hammer
YELLOW-BILLED CUCKOO YELLOW-BILLED CUCKOO
YELLOW-BILLED CUCKOOS YELLOW-BILLED CUCKOOS

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: A butterfly can see the colors red, green, and yellow
    • Yellowness Jealousy. "I will possess him with yellowness ."
    • Yellowness The quality or state of being yellow; as, the yellowness of an orange.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: There are some bananas that are red instead of yellow
    • n yellowness The state or property of being yellow.
    • n yellowness Jealousy. See yellow, a.
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Quotations

  • Vincent Van Gogh
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    “There is no blue without yellow and without orange.”
  • Jesse Jackson
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    “Our flag is red, white and blue, but our nation is a rainbow -- red, yellow, brown, black and white -- and we're all precious in God's sight.”
  • Ovid
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    “As the yellow gold is tried in fire, so the faith of friendship must be seen in adversity.”
  • Thomas Hood
    Thomas Hood
    “Gold! Gold! Gold! Bright and yellow, hard and cold.”
  • Alexander Pope
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    “All looks yellow to a jaundiced eye.”
  • John Lennon
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    “And so this is Xmas for black and for white, for yellow and red, let's stop all the fight.”

Idioms

Yellow press - The yellow press is a term for the popular and sensationalist newspapers.
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Yellow streak - If someone has a yellow streak, they are cowardly about something.
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Yellow-bellied - A yellow-bellied person is a coward.
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Usage

In literature:

He had a yellow parchment face and a high, gaunt forehead going up to sparse, curly brown hair.
"Three Soldiers" by John Dos Passos
Another yellow sunset, made weird by extraordinary black, dense, fantastic shapes of cloud.
"Two Years in the French West Indies" by Lafcadio Hearn
How could he exasperate the Yellows, when Dick's solemn injunction had been, "Say nothing to make the Yellows not vote for you"?
"My Novel, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
A yellow violet and a white violet.
"A Complete Grammar of Esperanto" by Ivy Kellerman Reed
The cavalcade of the Yellow-Eyes had halted in a compact mass, awaiting the oncoming Indians.
"The Way of an Indian" by Frederic Remington
Sometimes, instead of scarlet, the spiral wreath is of a golden yellow.
"Passages From The American Notebooks, Volume 2" by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The grain of ox beef, when good, is loose, the meat red, and the fat inclining to yellow.
"Enquire Within Upon Everything" by Anonymous
Sometimes wild primroses grew on top of this wall, and once a yellow daffodil.
"Master Skylark" by John Bennett
Still farther westward it split a vast plateau of red peaks and yellow mesas.
"Tales of lonely trails" by Zane Grey
When light, add a cup of lukewarm water or milk, and two cups of best yellow cornmeal.
"Science in the Kitchen." by Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
Red and yellow head-bands equally divided as to number and enough for all the players.
"Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs" by Alice C. Fletcher
In literature, indeed, yellow has long been the colour of romance.
"Prose Fancies (Second Series)" by Richard Le Gallienne
The last girl who passed softly cast her yellow flowers at him, and laughed.
"Ancient Manners" by Pierre Louys
Yellow-bird was equally pleased with his companion, and very ready to converse.
"Minnie; or, The Little Woman" by Caroline Snowden Guild
Upper surface of wings bright yellow with each black margin marked with a row of yellow spots.
"Butterflies Worth Knowing" by Clarence M. Weed
His portrait of Dirk van Walijen represents a young boy with long curls, dressed in yellow satin, red tunic, and yellow boots.
"The Standard Galleries - Holland" by Esther Singleton
Yellow-orange (YO) and yellow-green (YG) come next to yellow on either side.
"Text Books of Art Education, Book IV (of 7)" by Hugo B. Froehlich
On the other side extends Manchuria, which I am emphatically assured belongs to the Yellow Empire.
"Empires and Emperors of Russia, China, Korea, and Japan" by Péter Vay
There are two or three yellow Roses which are not pleasing, but are not abhorrent as is the Persian Yellow.
"Old-Time Gardens" by Alice Morse Earle
The sash of the window was raised a few inches and he nodded sagely at the yellow shade.
"Satan Sanderson" by Hallie Erminie Rives
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In poetry:

Who is fain to begin
To build day by day
To raise up his house
Of the moist yellow clay?
"The Furrow And The Hearth" by Padraic Colum
What is to be given,
Is spirit, yet animal,
Colored, like heaven,
Blue, yellow, beautiful.
"What Is To Be Given" by Delmore Schwartz
I sing the yellow leaf,
That rustling strews
The wintry path, where grief
Delights to muse.
"Song" by Frances Anne Kemble
A sere and yellow leaf,
That rustling strews
The wintry path, where grief
Delights to muse.
"Song" by Frances Anne Kemble
Candles around the yellow head–
And on her breast
Blossoms as wan as her dead cheek
Mine own had pressed.
"Haunted" by Anna Johnston MacManus
And then--for it is written
Fairies can do such things--
Upon the startled kitten
She stuck the yellow wings.
"A Serious Question" by Carolyn Wells

In news:

Butterfly effect snares Yellow Jackets.
The newsprint rec­tan­gle is still glued to an old piece of scrap­book paper at home, yel­lowed but dis­play­ing that "By Sarah Ein­se­len" in bold print at the top.
In my desk's bottom drawer there are two yellow legal pads and three stenobooks that have been used to their end.
The beads, depicted in yellow, are later removed, leaving pure T-cells which are then infused into cancer patients, in this image provided by Dr Carl June.
Lance Armstrong Digital Portrait (read the yellow bracelet Photo credit: Cain and Todd Benson).
A yellow-cab driver struck two children on Central Park South yesterday — and then allegedly tore off before turning himself in nearly eight hours later.
JIFFY Golden Yellow Cake Mix .
Betty Crocker SuperMoist Butter Recipe Yellow Cake Mix .
More than 5,000 people flocked to the Cape Fear River beneath the Person Street bridge on Saturday, but they were outnumbered 3 to 1 by bright yellow rubber ducks.
The clear and yellow-stoned earrings weigh over 117 carats (est.
But as our green hills turn yellow, homeowners are reminded that we've had some destructive fire seasons in recent years.
When Carole Ann Brahler of Allentown gets hungry for Chinese soup, she turns not to the Yellow Pages for take-out, but to her pantry for inspiration.
Dark blue and mustard yellow bathroom.
Thomas Jefferson's dining room was restored recently to its original zingy chrome yellow.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Should Missouri decriminalize the sale of yellow margarine.
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In science:

Initial conditions of the model of Aulanier et al. (2010) with a bipole consisting of two polarities with rotation motions at their periphery that creates a high magnetic shear along the photosphereric inversion line (yellow line).
Solar filament eruptions and their physical role in triggering Coronal Mass Ejections
The yellow shaded region is the observational estimate from Gonz´alez et al. (2010).
Molecular hydrogen regulated star formation in cosmological SPH simulations
The yellow shaded region is the observation from Cole et al. (2001).
Molecular hydrogen regulated star formation in cosmological SPH simulations
Another important spectroscopic aspect of hypergiants is that their absorption lines are significantly broader than those of the Ia stars of similar spectral type and luminosity (de Jager 1998). ρ Cas and HR 8752 are the prototype ob jects of the yellow hypergiants (F−G Ia+ ).
Two Decades of Hypergiant Research
What is the evolutionary status of the yellow hypergiants, and how do they fit into the broader scheme of massive star evolution? Are they the likely progenitors of (Type II) supernovae in the not too distant future? iii.
Two Decades of Hypergiant Research
The application of this theory to the yellow hypergiant ρ Cas revealed that a field of atmospheric shock waves which is critically supersonic, or have a mean Mach number only slightly exceeding unity, reproduces the observed supersonic microturbulence velocity of 11 km s−1 .
Two Decades of Hypergiant Research
Evolutionary calculations show that yellow supergiants evolve along tracks of nearly constant luminosity, beneath an observational luminosity limit.
Two Decades of Hypergiant Research
Yellow hypergiants exhibit ‘eruptions’, which occur on time-scales much longer than the pulsation quasi-period (ca. half a century, say).
Two Decades of Hypergiant Research
The broader view emerges here that the exceptional atmospheric dynamics manifested by the yellow hypergiants is intricately related to their late evolutionary stage.
Two Decades of Hypergiant Research
Little is known about the circumstellar environments of yellow hypergiants.
Two Decades of Hypergiant Research
De Jager & Nieuwenhuijzen (1997) suggested that the recurrent eruptions in yellow hypergiants occur when these stars approach the cool boundary of the void, and ‘bounce off ’ redward (for a graph see Fig. 1 of Nieuwenhuijzen & de Jager 2000).
Two Decades of Hypergiant Research
Strong TiO bands in the red spectrum of CI Cyg, indicate an M4−5 III primary; they are absent in the yellow, galactic halo system AG Dra with a K3 II–III primary.
Orbital and stellar parameters of symbiotic stars
Indirect constraints are shown by the parabolic curve and direct exclusion by the yellow shaded region.
Summary and Highlights of the 14th Topical Conference on Hadron Collider Physics (HCP2002)
CO(1-0) spectra (black line and black scale, intensity in milliKelvins) overlaid with Hi spectra (yellow line) on a Digitized Sky survey image of the UGC 12914/5 system.
A Molecular Gas Bridge between the Taffy Galaxies
The yellow (thick) line shows the size of the deviation expected in the SM-like 2HDM II , with an additional charged Higgs of 800 GeV.
Physics at a gamma gamma, e gamma and e-e- Option for a Linear Collider
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