brownish-green love


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of green tinged with brown


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  • Along with incense, hippie clothing and drug paraphernalia, the store has sold thousands of packets of the crumbly, brownish-green leaves.

    Synthetic drugs send thousands to ER

  • She turned her head—the carpet beside her cheek was brownish-green.


  • He tossed me a bound cluster of brownish-green grass.

    Bleeding Violet

  • He unlocked the front door, and we climbed a narrow staircase, emerging into a living room that featured a three-legged table piled high with empty beer bottles, a lumpy brownish-green couch, an enormous stereo system, an even more enormous television screen, and three guys.

    mostly good girls

  • Her kick connected with the container, and it popped open, a puff of brownish-green dust spraying out over the Special.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • NOTE: Tamarind puree—not to be confused with tamarind syrup or tamarind pulp—is a smooth, unsweetened brownish-green puree.

    Daisy’s Holiday Cooking

  • What the heck was that brownish-green booger looking thing with the cheery "Happy birthday!" message?

    I Think I'll Have the Salad Today...

  • His leather boots were the brownish-green color of the bacteria tank toads.

    abandoned monsters

  • I have no use for military drab or pea soup brownish-green, or what I always call landlord green, that lifeless so-called apple green that graces the walls of every cheap, rundown apartment ever rented to a college student.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • The mixture will now be on the way to becoming a brownish-green.

    Coriander powder or thokku


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