- adj. Having a bright, light-green colour, like that of a lime.
“His van was described as a lime-green 2002 Ford Econoline cargo van with”
“Wanda had laid out a collection of items for me to see, including light-up ice cubes, lime-green decorative pillows, green-apple-scented candles, small wedding bells, and tons of other little things she purchased online.”
“The soft neon lighting makes it a beacon at night and the rooms reflect the design with clever use of fuchsia and lime-green brightening otherwise simply decorated spaces.”
“One is a lime-green Volkswagen Beetle from the 1960s.”
“Through the sealed, plastic bottom I saw a row of lime-green sea urchins against orange coral, and also saw blue fish, spotted starfish, and pink anemone.”
“I will tell you that the place was NOT at all like the Hospitals here in the states, which now include waterfalls, a harpist in the entry, barista's serving lattes, soothing art work everywhere (they look like grand hotels) NO WAY ...... the IMSS hospital was lime-green tile everywhere, highlighted by those nasty fluorescent tube lights and not one sign of creature comfort.”
“Make a spectacle of himself in those lime-green spandex bicycle shorts, it's almost the same as walking around naked, all the bulgy parts showing.”
“When she is the star at her own events, however, Ms. Azria makes sure she dresses the part with an eye-catching look: Recently, she wore a bright lime-green chiffon dress paired with a camel jacket—a striking color combination—to a Los Angeles event.”
“Not your father's wingtips, these interpretations of classic styles—bucks, loafers, saddle shoes and brogues—feature thick, neon-colored rubber soles, lime-green suede uppers or even dangerous-looking metal spikes.”
“About 50 minutes later, surveillance cameras, which had recorded the two men entering the apartment building, showed McLean leaving alone, carrying a lime-green grocery bag from King's apartment.”
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