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- adv. In a verdant manner; in a fashion indicating greenness (green color.)
- adv. In a verdant manner; in a fashion indicating greenness (naivety.)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a verdant manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a verdant manner Freshly; flourishingly After the manner of a person green or simple through inexperience.
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Whatever, most of my plants were soon sickly and yellow, instead of lush and verdantly green.
I agree this sounds unappealing: it's not, bubbling verdantly in the pan.
Then they need to plant a transgenic species that's hardier, grows short so no mowing needed, drought resistant, as fluffy as a kitten and as verdantly green as possible.
There shall we heare the pretty birds sweetly singing, see the hilles and plaines verdantly flouring; the Corne waving in the field like the billowes of the
Dominating all, naturally enough, was the great volcano of Vesuvius, a fantastic hazy blue shape, its lower slopes verdantly fertile, its summit betraying only the faintest wisp of smoke, like a signal from the Vatican chimney.
Instead of trees of a type, all flourished in the verdantly egalitarian domain.
And around the dear ruin each wish of my heart, would entwine itself verdantly still.
With dreamlike slowness, a slender, verdantly green serpent wriggled free of the slumbering tangle and languorously rose up to the Lack.
It wound it's way up a mountainside that was so verdantly rich, she couldn't help but be impressed by the wealth of unfamiliar vegetation.
The steep mountains were verdantly green and lush.