orangy
adjective see orangey

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • orangy — or orangey [ôr′in jē, är′in jē] adj. 1. resembling an orange in taste or smell 2. somewhat orange in color [an orangy pink] …   English World dictionary

  • orangy — /awr in jee, or /, adj. resembling or suggesting an orange, as in taste, appearance, or color: decorated with orangy pink flowers. Also, orangey, orangish. [1770 80; ORANGE + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • orangy — orange ► NOUN 1) a large round citrus fruit with a tough bright reddish yellow rind. 2) a drink made from or flavoured with orange juice. 3) a bright reddish yellow colour. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ reddish yellow. DERIVATIVES orangey (also orangy …   English terms dictionary

  • orangy — or·angy …   English syllables

  • orangy — or•ang•y or or•ang•ey [[t]ˈɔr ɪn dʒi, ˈɒr [/t]] also or′ang•ish adj. resembling an orange, as in taste, appearance, or color • Etymology: 1770–80 …   From formal English to slang

  • orangy — or·ange (ôr’ĭnj, ŏr’ ) n. 1) a) Any of several evergreen trees of the genus Citrus of Southeast Asia, widely cultivated in warm regions and having fragrant white flowers and round fruit with a yellowish or reddish rind and a sectioned, pulpy… …   Word Histories

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  • orangey — or orangy adjective Date: 1778 resembling or suggestive of an orange (as in flavor or color) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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