GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. similar to the color of fresh grass.
- adj. of the color between blue and yellow in the color spectrum; similar to the color of fresh grass
“As he drew closer, he saw the network of dark-green lines suffusing the flesh.”
“All around it, jagged, dark-green lines twisted in myriad directions below the skin.”
“Swampy, dark-green mlukhieh tastes like a dark, still pond in the middle of a deep woods.”
“The ivy my grandfather planted more than fifty years before coils thickly around the house like an icy dark-green shroud.”
“That day at the hotel, he wore a dark-green suit, white shirt, and blue-and-gold tie held in place by a silver clip.”
“Some of Rikuzentakata's treasures were parts of daily life: a local soy sauce brand made in a factory by the river for centuries; the sake whose dark-green bottles were known throughout Japan to the pride of people here; and shops where traditional Japanese sweets were made with recipes handed down for generations.”
“The tree will stay dwarf and perfume your home with a heavenly fragrance when in bloom, then get loaded with bright-orange fruit that's stunning against its dark-green foliage.”
“In Virginia, Michigan and Ohio, he was seen in a dark-green Chevrolet Blazer with tan paneling at the bottom.”
“It was about 3 a.m. on July 27 when Marshall was walking home from a Flint gas station after a cigarette run and saw a dark-green sport-utility vehicle slowly pass, then turn and pull over.”
“As the Washington suburbs gave way to two-lane roads lined with wildflowers, a dark-green wedge of mountains rose in the distance.”
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