canary-yellow canary-yellow


  • (adj) having the color of a canary; of a light to moderate yellow


  1. She moves on to a canary-yellow backpack.
  2. With Ike and their father, Major John Eisenhower, the children played in front of the canary-yellow barn, watched by a full platoon of sharp-eyed cameramen and reporters.
  3. The 89 flaw less color plates run the gamut from gold just as prospectors sometimes find it to the canary-yellow Tiffany diamond, 128.


  • Munch Madness: Drain A Three: Kobe Sliders from The Pint Room ($10)

    Home Court Advantage: One-hundred craft taps is reason enough to visit the cushy and spacious Pint Room, but it’s more than that. It’s also an upbeat, upscale/casual, something-for-everyone place with 16 easily seen screens and amusing, area-celebrating spray-painted murals (e.g. nearby-zoo-located koalas and the OSU drum major hoisting pints) decorating canary-yellow walls.
    on March 20, 2014     Source: Columbus Alive

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