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Definition of "yolky" []

  • The substance in an animal ovum consisting of protein and fat that nourishes the developing embryo (noun)
  • A greasy substance secreted by the skin of a sheep and present in the fleece (noun)
  • Of, pertaining to, or having the characteristics of yolk. (adjective)

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Use "yolky" in a sentence
  • "There are also some clumps of ‘Sir Winston Churchill’ daffodils behind which are sort of an egg-yolky and cream mixture which should complement the bluebells perfectly."
  • "An empty egg shelf split the yolky top from the dark underneath."
  • "Which is actually okay with me as long as the food is the same BUT they have actually stopped doing the over-easy fried egg with the yolky goodness and have now replaced with it with the non-superior version of a sliced egg omellete."