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Definition of "milky-white" []

  • Of a cream or whitish colour similar to the colour of milk (adjective)

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Use "milky-white" in a sentence
  • "Milk jugs also pose a hazard, as many pesticides have a "milky-white" appearance, she adds."
  • "She made a gallon of lemonade in the milky-white pitcher and waited for Kit to come home."
  • "It was just like old times, and there was just enough little girl left in me to be thrilled by the touch of the milky-white pearls, so smooth and silky in my hands."
  • "Milk jugs also pose a hazard, as many pesticides have a "milky-white" appearance, she adds."
  • "But beneath his milky-white skin, his muscles were taut, corded, rippling."
  • "After having a stroke, a 64-year-old woman reports that she now has a "pale, milky-white and translucent third arm" that she can use to scratch itchy parts of her body."