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Spell check of yellow

Correct spelling: yellow

Synonyms:
chartreuse, buff, erratic, sulfur, cream-colored, irresolute, golden, maize, lewd, chicken, citron, yellowness, volatile, tremulous, amber, lily-livered, jaundiced, gold, jasmine, sneaking, unheroic, watery, halfhearted, mustard, unprincipled, saffron, undependable, offensive, unsure, sensational, exciting, dandelion, xanthous, dishonorable, undecided, shrinking, irresponsible, deceitful, capricious, flitting, icteric, canary, pusillanimous, shilly-shally, infirm, changeable, recreant, faint-hearted, gilded, lemon, unresolved, tricky, honey, hesitant, chicken-livered, tawny, milk-livered, sunny, sensationalistic, ecru, cowardly, coward, shifty, sallow, fear, unhealthy, gutless, treacherous, lurid, low, tentative, weak, chickenhearted, white-livered, cringing, inconsistent, impulsive, shy, goldenrod, dillydallying, irrational, fearful, indecisive, yellowish, primrose, unethical, yellow-bellied, fly-by-night, mean, poltroon, chromatic, craven, sunshine, champagne, fickle, timid, straw, old, sandy, scandalmongering, dastardly, vacillating, dishonourable, insipid, crocus, phobic, ambivalent, buttery, fainthearted, flaxen, terrified, unmanly, fallow, spineless, uncertain, unwilling, yellowed.

Antonyms:
dauntless, intrepid, honorable, brazen, audacious, heroic, spirited, new, fearless, stouthearted, lionhearted, courageous, doughty, healthy, resolute, daring, bold, cheeky, gallant, neutral, valorous, hardy, honourable, achromatic, stout, gutsy, unsensational, nervy, stalwart, brave, determined, spunky, valiant, plucky, greathearted.

Examples of usage:

1) She turned toward the sound, and the sun in her eyes turned them yellow as the hair above them. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) The yellow road went straight down the hill toward the town. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) It impressed them unpleasantly as they watched him handle the yellow rolls which contained imprisoned within them such tremendous powers. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

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