yolked
adjective see yolk

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • yolked — adjective Having a specified type of yolk. Although it is rare, you may occasionally find a double yolked egg …   Wiktionary

  • yolked — yolk ► NOUN ▪ the yellow internal part of a bird s egg, which is rich in protein and fat and nourishes the developing embryo. DERIVATIVES yolked adjective yolky adjective. ORIGIN Old English, related to YELLOW(Cf. ↑yellowy) …   English terms dictionary

  • yolked — adj. containing a yolk …   English contemporary dictionary

  • yolked — kt, often ˌ ̷ ̷ in combination adjective : having a yolk usually used in combination …   Useful english dictionary

  • double\ yolked\ arsehole — To do a double yolked arsehole is to slip and fall in a spectacular manner. I did a double yolked arsehole off the steps last night and broke my arm AND spilled my drink …   Dictionary of american slang

  • double\ yolked\ arsehole — To do a double yolked arsehole is to slip and fall in a spectacular manner. I did a double yolked arsehole off the steps last night and broke my arm AND spilled my drink …   Dictionary of american slang

  • double yolked egg — egg containing two yolks …   English contemporary dictionary

  • yolk — yolked, adj. yolkless, adj. yolky, adj. /yohk, yohlk/, n. 1. the yellow and principal substance of an egg, as distinguished from the white. 2. Embryol. the part of the contents of the egg of an animal that enters directly into the formation of… …   Universalium

  • Egg yolk — Not to be confused with yoke. An intact yolk surrounded by egg white An egg yolk is a part of an egg which feeds the developing embryo. The egg yolk is suspended in the egg white (known alternatively as albumen or glair/glaire) by one or two… …   Wikipedia

  • reproductive system, animal — Introduction       any of the organ systems by which animals reproduce.       The role of reproduction is to provide for the continued existence of a species; it is the process by which living organisms duplicate themselves. Animals compete with… …   Universalium

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