creamy

[ kree-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF creamy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CREAMY

The creamy texture of her skin had flushed to rosiness in the cold fountain.

The pileus is creamy, with brownish spots, firm, surface dry.

Sorbet should not freeze hard; it should be a creamy liquid and ice cold.

She raises her eyes to his and colors richly all through her creamy skin.

Her child was beautiful, with the creamy fairness of Gueldres, and as pure as the sky.

The bowl was nearly full of porridge, and the pitcher of creamy milk.

Her head was lifted high on the creamy column that supported it.

The color of the gluten is also important; it should be white or creamy.

Foo, the table-boy, brought her just then a plate of creamy rarebit.

The freckles had faded into a delicate white skin of creamy velvet.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CREAMY

yellowish

adjectivehaving a yellow color
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