milky

[mil-kee]
adjective, milkier, milkiest.
1.
of or like milk, especially in appearance or consistency.
2.
white or whitish in color.
3.
giving a good supply of milk.
4.
meek, tame, timid, or spiritless.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see milk, -y1

milkily, adverb
milkiness, noun
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milky (ˈmɪlkɪ)
 
adj , milkier, milkiest
1.  resembling milk, esp in colour or cloudiness
2.  of or containing milk
3.  spiritless or spineless
4.  Judaism another word for milchik
 
'milkily
 
adv
 
'milkiness
 
n

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Example sentences
It tasted moist and milky fresh, with a texture as smooth as silk.
It was midwinter, and the stream that ran alongside us was frozen over, forming
  graceful terraces of milky ice.
He even stopped to buy us cups of spiced milky tea, served in old jam jars.
She sat in the back and smiled at him from the milky darkness of the car's
  interior.
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