from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A yellowish-green color.
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She wore a coat of gosling-green with facings of primrose-yellow, and when she fell and barked the knee of one stocking I took her to old Martha, and old Martha mended her.
"And did he die?" said the nice little man in gosling-green.
"And what did he die of?" continued gosling-green, following him up.
Eyes gosling-green, both bleary, one of them bloodshot.
When I made my first visit to these remote and lonely regions, the scattered woods through which we rode for many miles were gay in their first gosling-green suit of half-opened leaves, and the forest odours which exhaled with the dews of morning and evening, were beyond measure delicious to one “long in populous cities pent.”
He has discarded the gosling-green cords for cream-coloured leathers, and, to please Lucy, has actually substituted a pair of rose-tinted tops for the
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