- yellowfin tuna,
Origin of yellowish
Examples from the Web for yellowish
It has yellowish stains and looks abandoned, but seems intact.Whatever You Do Someone Will Die. A Short Story About Impossible Choices in Iraq|Nathan Bradley Bethea|August 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And then, little by little, the yellowish brown stains grew.
The skin on my face and arms took on a mottled, yellowish appearance, like an old newspaper left out in the sun.
The lip is swollen and four-lobed, but without any appendage in the notch, and is of a deep purple-brown, with yellowish markings.Field and Woodland Plants|William S. Furneaux
He lighted the cigar, which burned badly and threw out a yellowish smoke.Ashton-Kirk, Criminologist|John T. McIntyre
The chief produce was that particular species of cotton, of a yellowish tinge, known in Europe by the name of nankin.
What struck me most, however, were some delicate gold chains and ear-rings, and some yellowish blue vases of Phnician glass.Cyprus|Franz von Lher
This species is very similar to the Yellow Warbler but the entire head and neck of the male are yellowish chestnut.The Bird Book|Chester A. Reed