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daffodil yellow

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Definition of daffodil yellow in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A shade of bright yellow.
Example sentences
  • While a softer, lemony yellow works well with white, daffodil yellow is too bright, and you'd most likely want to accent it instead with an off-off-white, eggshell, or cream to keep it from being too bright and cold.
  • Colour is inspired by spring flowers - daffodil yellow, light green, lilac and hyacinth blues or blossom pinks.
  • Structures have been strengthened, archways rebuilt, mosaic floors retiled and chapels repainted - lavender blue, daffodil yellow, sunset red.

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