Mé·ri·mée's yellow | \ ˈmerēˌmāz-\
Definition of Mérimée's yellow
: a permanent yellow pigment prepared by fusing lead monoxide and ammonium chloride with a little bismuth antimonate
— called also antimony yellow
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