Examples of milky in a Sentence
cheese with a light milky taste
eyes covered by a milky glaze
Recent Examples of milky from the Web
All poinsettias are in the euphorbia family, and therefore produce a milky latex sap that can irritate the skin and eyes.
Some of the ice walls spewed milky waterfalls as the behemoths slowly melted and crept inexorably toward their demise in the frigid ocean water.
A motif of human-like figures encased in milky-white liquid pops up repeatedly until a dead-eyed child gets lit on fire amid a horde of zombie-like antagonists.
Sunrise over northern Russia and the milky way overhead.
The fluffy garnish eddies a milky sweetness and a touch of spice down into the fruitier undercurrents of the glass when sipped through a straw.
Echoes of Debussy’s chromatic palette and milky textures were all over the Ten Études for Piano (2011) by Yukiko Nishimura that opened the concert.
That jolts the pigment into shifting its color from midnight blue to milky white.
Giant, Adonis-like, milky-skinned and hairless beings who ostensibly created humans and then tried to kill them with a pathogen that causes various mutations.
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First Known Use of milky
MILKY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of milky for English Language Learners
: looking or tasting like milk
: not clear
: containing a large amount of milk
MILKY Defined for Kids
Definition of milky for Students
1 : like milk especially in color milky skin
2 : containing or full of milk milky tea
Medical Definition of milky
1: resembling milk in color or consistency milky secretion
2: consisting of, containing, or abounding in milk
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