green-and-black love

green-and-black

Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Only the whites of his eyes show through the olive green-and-black waterproof camouflage grease that covers his face.

    Barry Toll

  • If you want to make a statement, then buy the green-and-black striped "Canapa Righe" (£695) and matching hat (£325).

    When It Comes to Style, It's In the Bag

  • One, hanging directly above a TD Bank branch's glowing green-and-black sign said "99% means civil war."

    Landlord Balks at New School Occupation

  • At just 3.4 pounds, it can almost slip into a Christmas stocking and the zigzag green-and-black casing fits the season.

    CR’s Good-Better-Best Gift Guide: Cordless drills

  • He wore a green-and-black tartan kilt and a ruffled shirt with falls of lace at the throat and cuffs that made him look as if he belonged in some Gainsborough or Reynolds portrait from the previous century.

    The Devil Wears Plaid

  • In the Newcomb world, people and plants sometimes surreally hybridize, as in Girl at the Garden Centre in the Rain, in which a woman, mostly hidden beneath an outsized green-and-black striped umbrella, has grown into an umbellifer.

    Wildwood

  • Today I'm here to talk to you about a game I found that brings back all the fun of those side-scrolling adventures of before in a slick green-and-black shell.

    Game Time: Hunted Forever or Run For Your Life (and sprockets)! - Suvudu - Science Fiction and Fantasy Books, Movies, and Games

  • Four-inch stilettos adorned her feet, while a green three-quarter-sleeve, retro cotton and linen jacket sat on top of a sheer, green-and-black, cheetah-print, short-sleeve silk blouse.

    Déjà Vu

  • It was made of the same chill, slick, damp green-and-black material as all the rest.

    1/27/07: In which I have a bad case of the stupids

  • In the Newcomb world, people and plants sometimes surreally hybridize, as in Girl at the Garden Centre in the Rain, in which a woman, mostly hidden beneath an outsized green-and-black striped umbrella, has grown into an umbellifer.

    Wildwood

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.