Flowers individually large, of a reddish-copper colour, with a yellow spot at the base of the upper petal.
The only way is to expose a weak or yellow spot, so that he would see it for himself.
Joe Ferris, who had followed close at Roosevelt's heels, pointed out a yellow spot on the buffalo, just back of the shoulder.
I shall always know him by the yellow spot in one of his black eyes.
Top of the head and nape black, with a yellow spot on the rostral scale on each side just before the eyes.
The handsome red lory with green wings and a yellow spot in the back (Lorius garrulus), was not uncommon.
The effect of the selectivity of the “yellow spot” is noticeable in viewing certain colors.
Git 'em to swallow the whole thing; then find the yellow spot, work it, and pull 'em into your fakin'.
Grey clouds have covered the mountains to the foot; the sun appears through the mist as a yellow spot.
It is like the common grey sparrow, but somewhat larger, and has a yellow spot on each shoulder.
yellow spot n.
See macula lutea.