yellow

/ˈjɛloʊ/

  • having the color of the sun or of ripe lemons
    1. a yellow car
    2. The raincoat was yellow.
  • afraid in a way that makes you unable to do what is right or expected
    1. He was too yellow to stand up and fight.
  • containing news that is meant to shock people and that is not true or is only partly true
    1. yellow journalism
  • Noun
  • the color of the sun or of ripe lemons
    1. The bridesmaids were dressed in yellow.
    2. shades of yellow
    3. a room decorated in yellows and greens
  • Verb
  • to become yellow or to cause (something) to become yellow
    1. The paper had yellowed with age.
    2. The leaves were yellowed by disease.