Definition of Lemonish

1. lemon [adj] - See also: lemon



Lexicographical Neighbors of Lemonish

lemon verbenas
lemon yellow
lemon zest
lemonade
lemonade mix
lemonades
lemonal
lemonary
lemoned
lemonier
lemoniest
lemoniness
lemoning
lemonish (current term)
lemonize
lemonized
lemonizes
lemonizing
lemonless
lemonlike
lemons
lemonwood
lemonwood tree
lemonwoods
lemony
lemoynite
lempira
lempiras

Literary usage of Lemonish

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Rambles in North-western America: From the Pacific Ocean to the Rocky by John Mortimer Murphy (1879)
"... hence their elliptical eyes, lemonish complexion, and dull expression, are the first human objects to present themselves at a fishery. ..."

2. "That Damn Y": A Record of Overseas Service by Katherine Mayo (1920)
"And, though he must sell cigarettes in the Y canteen, he handed out each package with a lemonish word and look. Yet the Y kept him on because personnel was ..."

3. A Woman who Went to Alaska by May Kellogg Sullivan (1902)
"... and giving our complexions a still deeper lemonish cast; sometimes we were well inclined to feed the fishes in the sea, and did not; but at all times we ..."

4. Proceedings of the American Medico-Psychological Association Annual Meeting by American Medico-Psychological Association (1908)
"... her condition, Physical Examination.—Height, 5 feet 4*6 inches. Weight, 128 pounds. A fairly well-nourished woman. Complexion pale with lemonish tinge ..."

5. "That Damn Y": A Record of Overseas Service by Katherine Mayo (1920)
"And, though he must sell cigarettes in the Y canteen, he handed out each package with a lemonish word and look. Yet the Y kept him on because personnel was ..."

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