Definition Of yellow
(of a book or newspaper) unscrupulously sensational.
Like yellow journalism, it is yellow politics and I am against it.
any of a number of plant diseases in which the leaves turn yellow, typically caused by viruses and transmitted by insects.
Their research indicates that aster yellows are the primary disease concern.
become a yellow color, especially with age.
the cream paint was beginning to yellow
he'd better get back there quick and prove he's not yellow
of the color between green and orange in the spectrum, a primary subtractive color complementary to blue; colored like ripe lemons or egg yolks.
curly yellow hair
Example Of yellow
A five metre high fence, dotted at intervals by yellow danger signs, surrounded the abandoned car park.
Although different in shape and size, both are yellow in colour and many children pick up the bomblets thinking they contain food.
Amber is a light, organic substance that is generally yellow or orange in colour and may be transparent or cloudy.
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.
And while yellow symbolises cowardice in the UK and US, it is the colour of mourning in Egypt and Burma.