Definitions

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  • adj. of white flowers tinged with green

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Examples

  • There were cormorants, gulls, rabbits, ladybugs (ladybug sex, even), ripe red hips on the beach roses, beautiful green-white thickets of Queen Anne's Lace (Daucus carota).

    Not with a bang, but a flood of white noise.

  • The doors slid open on a hallway, fluorescent lights bright as noon, and green-white walls that kept every ray of it bouncing back.

    Vicious Grace

  • • Say: Divine Healing Intelligence, I call on the green-white flame of purity to regenerate my body, clear my mind, and uplift my soul.

    The Secret Language of Your Body

  • • Say: Divine Healing Intelligence, I call on the green-white ray of rejuvenation to clear and recharge all levels of my consciousness.

    The Secret Language of Your Body

  • I do love Chanel Beige as well -- I'm into a big green-white floral kick right now, moving away from spices, leather and general skankiness...

    Tom Ford Champaca Absolute: Perfume Review

  • Dross checked the ghostly green-white glow of her watch.

    Red Knife

  • I took thought, and for a moment that great green-white meteor overhead swam back into my conscious mind.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • And ruling the calm spaciousness of that heaven was the great comet, now green-white, and wonderful for all who had eyes to see.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • I have an adorable reversible (pink-green-white)/(green-white) wrap skirt, so for spring and summer trips, I pack around that, with everything else being pink or green--or brown, which goes with both.

    And, shoes. - A Dress A Day

  • Honeydew melons that are dead white or green-white are immature or underripe.

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