One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Of a yellowish-brown or golden colour.‘her natural honey-coloured locks’
- ‘The houses are low and built in pleasant, honey-coloured brick.’
- ‘The article told of a honey-coloured cat that attacked an 83-year-old woman in her garden.’
- ‘These are housed in an ancient open-air chamber of delicate, honey-coloured pillars, its crumbling walls darkened by the smoke of candles.’
- ‘There is something quite irresistible about clouds of softly beaten cream and sugary, honey-coloured meringue.’
- ‘What he saw was a sweet face surrounded by bouncing honey-coloured ringlets.’
- ‘Every year, the honey-coloured water would flood, rising 12 feet or more.’
- ‘I take a second and then a third cup of this aromatic honey-coloured drink flavoured with cardamom, cinnamon, and strands of saffron.’
- ‘I can remember the sun slanting down onto the honey-coloured wood of the lab bench.’
- ‘The soldiers quickly took cover, pointing their weapons from behind street corners built of honey-coloured stone.’
- ‘They are fulfilling their dream of rural life in a honey-coloured cottage.’
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