off-white

[ awf-hwahyt, -wahyt, of- ]SEE DEFINITION OF off-white
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OFF-WHITE

The larger was celadon green; the smaller, off-white, was glowing, gleaming.

The belly and the front of the head may be grayish to off-white.

She was a mare, two and a half years old, with a tawny coat and an off-white mane and tail--a perfect little lady.

WORD ORIGIN

"white with a tinge of gray or yellow," 1927, from off (adv.) + white (n.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OFF-WHITE

beige

nounlight brown color
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