Sorry, no definitions found.
“Brooklyn's Finest Tom Collins mixes Brooklyn Gin with a dash of honey in place of the traditional sugar in a tall, green-striped glass.”
“Suddenly a group of second years, their green-striped ties loosened around their necks, pushed open the library door, joking and talking loudly.”
“Fiftyish, she wore a green-striped blouse, her curly red hair sprouting and spiraling in every direction.”
“The first of these was published in 1920 and showed a smiling shipwrecked man, still wearing his green-striped pyjamas, sitting astride a giant floating jar of Bovril with the slogan, “Bovril prevents that sinking feeling”.”
“Its best-known works include the angular red, ochre and green-striped campus of the California Endowment in downtown Los Angeles.”
“There's a person there with a green-striped shirt.”
“The hotel room was pleasant enough, but she was sick of seeing the same beige/brown walls, the same floral bedspread, the same skinny desk and chairs, the same gold mirror, green-striped curtains, and green rug.”
“An hour later we were belting up the M1 in a green-striped Lotus Cortina.”
“Not to mention the mystery foam, construction-paper lettering, or bizarre green-striped chocolate "ladies".”
“Endemic bird species include the thick-billed parrot (Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha) which is in danger of extinction, with population estimates as low as 500 pairs, the tufted jay (Cyanocorax dickeyi), eared quetzal (Euptilptis neoxenus) and the green-striped brush finch (Atlapetes virenticeps).”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘green-striped’.
Compound adjectives - based on the FAO ASFIS list of waterborne species.
green,how its used
Looking for tweets for green-striped.