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Definition of Mustardy
1. resembling mustard [adj] - See also: mustard
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mustardy
Literary usage of Mustardy
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Nineteenth Century (1891)
"I have seen him riding in a mustardy brown coat. He had not, considering his figure, a nice seat on a horse, and he held his reins very short. That evening. ..."
2. Authors and I by Charles Lewis Hind (1921)
"... in London, who had followed him, who had heard him speak at Fabian meetings, who had shouted to the Pan-like, mustardy-grey figure to get upon his legs, ..."
3. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1903)
"... concave side of the slippery ware and sliding back into its unwished-for bath of ten inches of cold and mustardy water. I screamed, but it was morning. ..."
4. The Life of J.M.W. Turner, R.A.: Founded on Letters and Papers Furnished by by Walter Thornbury (1897)
"... and the Roman oil pictures not seldom betray an excess of mustardy yellow, which might have seemed beautiful at the time, but is now quite out of tone. ..."
5. The Adventurer in Spain by Samuel Rutherford Crockett (1903)
"Presently we came to a standstill at the edge of a little patch of cultivation— colza, as I judged by the faint mustardy glow underfoot. ..."