blackish-green love

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  • A sans-serif number seven fills the square in a forest green shade over a much deeper blackish-green background that flares to bright kelly green closest to the number.

    One in Seven

  • His brown hair stood straight up and there was a streak of blackish-green grease below his right ear.

    Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys

  • Cut the lobster in half and remove the tomalley, or liver that soft, blackish-green stuff in the stomach.

    Archive 2004-05-01

  • The whole of this eastern side of Chiloe has one aspect; it is a plain, broken by valleys and divided into little islands, and the whole thickly covered with one impervious blackish-green forest.

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • The stone, emerald green with many small areas of blackish-green and yellow mottling, was carved into the shape of a standing man with straight cuts and then polished.

    Emerald Man

  • The two pillars that held it in place on this side glowed an eye-jarring -blackish-green.

    The Chrome Borne

  • She wore a baggy blackish-green tunic over straight-cut grey-blue trousers -- an ideal combination to make her cosmetics look garish and her face pale.

    Timegod's World

  • The two pillars that held it in place on this side glowed an eye-jarring blackish-green.

    Born To Run

  • Instead of absorbing the other's momentum and clattering down together as inanimate blades would, the leaves appeared to writhe and wind their edged lengths about each other, slashing and striking with their points so rapidly that before they had fallen a cubit they were no more than ragged strips of blackish-green that turned to a hundred colors and spun like a child's top ...

    The Shadow of the Torturer

  • Body otherwise fuscous and blackish-brown, having a blackish-green head, white cheeks and fine transverse crest, as large as a middle-sized fowl.

    Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries

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