Pronunciation of Yellow
/jˈɛlə͡ʊ/, /jˈɛləʊ/, /j_ˈɛ_l_əʊ/
Antonyms for yellow:
Synonyms for yellow:
Other synonyms and related words:
recreant, old, cream, white-livered, chickenhearted, unmanly, sea, feeble, sensationalistic, irrational, Milk-livered, yellowness, unhealthy, effete, lily-livered, warbler, xanthous, faint-hearted, yellowed, timorous, pusillanimous, yellow-bellied, yellowish, unheroic, scandalmongering, sensational, chromatic, chicken-livered, dishonorable, dastardly, color, poltroon, thistle, dishonourable, coward, Icteric.
irresponsible, capricious, unwilling, erratic, infirm, shifty, halfhearted, dillydallying, shy, undependable, Shilly-shally, fickle, indecisive, uncertain, irresolute, weak, undecided, inconsistent, unresolved, spineless, Flitting, shrinking, insipid, ambivalent, double-minded, watery, fly-by-night, changeable, hesitant, tentative, unsure, vacillating, impulsive, volatile.
goldenrod, crocus, gold, sulfur, honey-colored, jasmine, buttery, champagne, Aurin, primrose, Xanthic, Flaxen, sunny, honey, saffron, Cream-colored, lemon, tawny, straw, sallow, sunshine, chartreuse, jaundiced, gilded, sandy, golden, mustard, dandelion, buff, fallow, maize, canary, ecru, amber, citron.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
sunny color (noun)
Usage examples for yellow:
- Burleigh did not move, nor did he take his yellow brown eyes from his instructor's face. - "A Master's Degree", Margaret Hill McCarter.
- It was a breath of the East- that stretched out a yellow hand to the West. - "The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu", Sax Rohmer.
- She let herself be led across the hall into an adjoining room, where a yellow- haired child lay restless and fever stricken. - "The Wizard's Daughter and Other Stories", Margaret Collier Graham.