Adjective(1) Similar to the color of an egg yolk(2) Easily frightened(3) Changed to a yellowish color by age(4) Typical of tabloids(5) Cowardly or treacherous(6) Affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin etc(7) Cowardly
Noun(1) The quality or state of the chromatic color resembling the hue of sunflowers or ripe lemons(2) Sunny color
(1) It includes the full spectrum of colors: red, orange, yellow , green, blue, indigo, and violet.(2) Behind the house is a border like a theatre set, its foreground dashed with red, yellow and blue of flowering bushes against a backdrop of a hundred greens.(3) But the traditional colours used for the art remain ochre red and yellow , shades of blue and white and black.(4) When Henry heard of her death, he celebrated at a banquet dressed in bright yellow from head to toes.(5) Huge sticker-boards in bright yellow , blue and red will greet the children as they walk in.(6) Like yellow journalism, it is yellow politics and I am against it.(7) An intense golden yellow in colour, the Churchill is slightly creamer than the non-vintage, with a more mature nose of dried fruit and apricots.(8) The highest alert level is red, followed by orange, yellow , blue and green.(9) So lets just say that the blog is being written on yellow alert and I reserve the right to not say everything on the blog.(10) It is even available in bright colours like blue, green, yellow and orange.(11) And while yellow symbolises cowardice in the UK and US, it is the colour of mourning in Egypt and Burma.(12) Under the light, Nick's thick blond hair glows an eerie yellow and his blue eyes flash luminously as he slowly peruses the area.(13) Dark green, ocean blue, metallic greys and whites, black and vibrant flashes of cobalt blue and acid yellow are the season's colours.(14) One had long, dirty blonde hair with piercing blue eyes, and the other had long, golden yellow hair with soft blue green eyes.(15) You are just a goddamned coward, you yellow son-of-a-bitch.(16) With this yellow streak in us, where are we heading?