Round his middle was a canary-yellow sash, and dainty little ribbons of the same colour fluttered from the sides of his knees.
In some tungsten deposits a hydrated oxide called tungstite has been formed as a canary-yellow coating at the surface.
Lucy found her aunt in a little room of china-blue and canary-yellow which looked out over the Park.
The cultivated tree is distinguished by its darker green leaves, and by its smaller, bright, canary-yellow flowers.
The wing coverts with bluish cinereous gray edgings; two wing bands white, faintly tinged with canary-yellow.
He wore a dirty suit of livery, that once had been canary-yellow; and shook with the palsy.
He had laid aside his canary-yellow and black suit, but his flight bewrayed the goldfinch.
They dye these stuffs with the red juice extracted from the fruit of a species of fig-tree, or in canary-yellow.
It was too much that the mistress of the house should have left her canary-yellow silk sweater on the foot of one bed.
Yesterday she had seen Fern Mullins in boots and tweed skirt and canary-yellow sweater, fleet and self-possessed.