brilliant yellow

bril·liant yel·low

(bril'yant yel'ō), [C.I. 13085]
An indicator dye that changes from yellow to orange or red at pH 6.4 to 8.
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All was still and dark, save only that brilliant yellow screen in front of us with the black figure outlined upon its centre.
Aspen and birch are known for their brilliant yellow leaves, which can stand in stark contrast to the surrounding evergreens of more northern latitudes.
Forsythia are the deciduous shrubs that act as the harbingers of spring, blooming brilliant yellow across cold gray damp parts of the United States right now.
Whether you prefer leaves of brilliant yellow, glowing orange or fiery red, there are trees and shrubs to set your garden ablaze in your favorite fall color.
For the first time on new colour TV sets, some folk witnessed the brilliant yellow of Brazil in all its glory.
Hand-sculpted using nearly 20,000 latex balloons, the monumental 18-metre spiral rotates downward in a breathtaking ombrA@ gradient from brilliant yellow to shocking red.
( This is because while the pigment chlorophyll gives leaves their green color during spring and summer, decreased daylight and cooler temperatures at the end of these seasons cause chlorophyll to break down which exposes other pigments that cause the brilliant yellow, orange, red leaves of fall.
In many other countries, yellow, brilliant yellow, is the color of the aristocracy, of the high and mighty.
Farmers' markets often have delightful bunches of cottage garden flowers, as well as hugely tall gladioli, and, a little later, brilliant yellow sunflowers.
The model features brilliant yellow exterior, custom black alloy wheels, black BRZ and SUBARU badging, black foldable exterior mirrors, Brembo(R) four-piston callipers and rotors on the front and dual-piston callipers and rotors on the rear, and black leather and Alcantara upholstery with contrasting yellow stitching throughout the interior including seats, door and dash panels, steering wheel, knee pads and gear knob.
Near where we live in North Devon, the river banks are gilded with hundreds of small but brilliant yellow flowers of Narcissus pseudonarcissus.