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  • adj. of green tinged with gold


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  • The late-day shadows stretch out like nymphs on the lawn, reveling naked and dark in the warm golden-green grass.


  • Bellini c. 1430-1516, working with the new medium of oil paint, depicts St. Francis in the lower right of the picture standing outside his hut, his figure anchoring the creamy celadon and golden-green landscape.

    A Shared Moment of Transformation

  • They're also beautiful to look at — tiny egg-shaped beads that are a pale yellow when raw and take on a translucent, golden-green glow when cooked.

    Boing Boing

  • The foliage grew thinner, golden-green light filtering through the pine needles as we approached a clearing.

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

  •            Alice polishes a side of the apple on her dress, feeling its solid bulk against the dress's soft cotton pressed against her ribs; she bites into the sweet golden-green fruit.

    Ecce viator : Behold the Traveler

  • He wears a pointy diagnosis of golden-green and red; of rusty-brooch and purplish snowball.

    Life is Life (or Ode to a great big idiot like Zizek)

  • I moved on to planet fourteen, which I had noticed was a beautiful golden-green color.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • I swung around so that my feet were closest to it, and they entered the atmosphere, where the golden-green touched the blackness of space.

    "He Who Shrank" by Henry Hasse, part 4

  • A yew tree grew just to the side of the cistern, its branches covered with the first golden-green buds of spring—and covered as well by hundreds upon hundreds of knotted scraps of cloth.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • The sun was already sinking when I reached the summit of the hill, and the long slopes beneath me were all golden-green on one side and grey shadow on the other.

    The Seriously Deranged Writer and the Model Cars


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