from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of the color of cream; yellowish-white.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of the color of cream; light yellow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having or resembling the peculiar pale yellowish-white color of cream.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having the color of fresh cream
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Kate did some waving to the crowds in a printed dress by Issa, cream-colored jacket and wedge heels.
In the center of the living room, there's a long, cream-colored couch.
The team will predominantly employ a cream-colored, pinstriped top at home.
"You come to a point in your life when you want to do things," Veronika Bilerman said as she waited to be photographed in a cream-colored gown trimmed with gold sequins.
The Bushehr plant overlooks the Persian Gulf and is visible from several miles (kilometers) away with its cream-colored dome dominating the green landscape.
In the lay press an agitation in favor of the old cream-colored loaf which is termed "standard bread," and defined as "bread made from unadulterated wheat and containing at least 80 per cent of the whole wheat, including the germ and semolina," has produced such an effect in a few days that the result must be described not as a reform in but as a revolution in bread.
The rest of his teammates had deserted the interview room long before when New Orleans Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey, freshly showered and clad in a pink tie and a cream-colored suit, arrived more than an hour after Super Bowl XLIV.
I did rather wonder, in Act I, why on earth all these people going to the theatre and paying calls if they were still in mourning for some close relative, but the black and dove-grey gowns of Act I were lovely, and made the cream-colored confections of Act II seem lighter and more frivolous by comparison.
"Chez Le Père Lathuille, In The Open Air" 1879 was painted on a café terrace, in three sittings; the young man gazing at his lady love is the restaurant owner's son, his cream-colored jacket is Manet's own.
I just put up that pretty cream-colored Cashmere sweater.