One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A dull brownish-gold color.
- ‘Tomorrow night the boys in old gold take on Liverpool, who will provide a totally different kind of challenge.’
- ‘Fall brings loud crashing colors to the view from the kitchen window; fiery red and bright purple and old gold as the ivy blazes in the waning sunshine.’
- ‘A ripening paddy crop had covered the fields in a mantle of old gold.’
- ‘She saw autumn in the purpling mountain-tops against a sunset of old gold.’
- ‘An ideal size at 1300 seats and with a cared-for rather than restored look of cherubs, old gold, faded reds and creams.’
old gold/ˌōld ˈɡōld/
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