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  • n. Alternative spelling of leaf green.
  • adj. Having leaf green as its colour.


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  • Maidie opted for a muslin of leaf-green, and a silk of dark blue.


  • No, this, one was tightly bound, helpless, its leaf-green claws tied close to its bark-brown body, swinging head down.

    Falcon Street

  • Desert foliage comes in many shades, but rarely in typical leaf-green.

    Adaptations of desert plants

  • I mean, look at that bland white and leaf-green, drearily homogeneous "cityscape."

    IwamotoScott: City of the Future « Drawn! The Illustration and Cartooning Blog

  • The flares made a sphere of leaf-green light around them, and only the occasional wisp of moisture fluttering past showed that they were moving at all.

    Sun of Suns

  • I need to practice being still though my fingers got a little itchy at times, especially when I was watching Sarah knit a-sweater-that-I-covet with beautiful leaf-green silk alpaca blend.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • See us, Ramon thought, as if by pushing with his mind he might reach through space and leaf-green obscurity.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • She had felt young and dissipated, had thought rather well of her black and leaf-green suit, but as she watched them, thin of ankle, soft under the chin, seventeen or eighteen at most, smoking cigarettes with the correct ennui and talking of “bedroom farces” and their desire to

    Main Street

  • Istra was curled on the bed in a leaf-green silk kimono with a great gold-mounted medallion pinned at her breast.

    Our Mr. Wrenn

  • All wore leaf-green hose topped with tunics of various light and bright colors.

    This Scepter'd Isle


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