milky

adjective \ ˈmil-kē \
Updated on: 14 Nov 2017

Definition of milky

milkier; milkiest
1 :resembling milk in color or consistency
3 a :consisting of, containing, or abounding in milk
b :yielding milk; specifically :having the characteristics of a good milk producer

milkiness

noun

Examples of milky in a Sentence

  1. cheese with a light milky taste

  2. eyes covered by a milky glaze

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First Known Use of milky

14th century



MILKY Defined for English Language Learners

milky

adjective

Definition of milky for English Language Learners

  • : looking or tasting like milk

  • : not clear

  • : containing a large amount of milk


MILKY Defined for Kids

milky

adjective \ ˈmil-kē \

Definition of milky for Students

milkier; milkiest
1 :like milk especially in color
  • milky skin
2 :containing or full of milk
  • milky tea

Medical Dictionary

milky

adjective \ ˈmil-kē \

medical Definition of milky

milkier; milkiest
1 :resembling milk in color or consistency
  • milky secretion
2 :consisting of, containing, or abounding in milk

milkiness

noun


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