Definitions

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  • adj. a lime colour

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

  • adj. of a color midway between yellow and green

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Examples

  • "We have been picking on this the entire season," he said, observing fruits in three classic stages, yellow-green, orange and full-blooded red.

    Groundwork: The wonder of late-season peppers

  • The color is kind of a brownish yellow-green, and that in itself is a big hint.

    My New Lure Color Theory

  • Black and pink are gone while that weird yellow-green remains untouched.

    » Watercolors Strocel.com

  • The haze rolls along the curvature of the yellow-green plane on which he is standing.

    Maze of Sound

  • He stands on a yellow-green plane among strange muffin-shaped plants.

    Maze of Sound

  • One sticky afternoon last summer, I picked my way through yellow-green grass on the slopes of Humphreys Peak, close to Flagstaff, with Richard Hofstetter, a beetle expert at Northern Arizona University.

    Beetle Mania

  • This means we went through wine country in California - while the fruit and nuts trees were all in bloom, the vines were only beginning to wake out of their winter slumber, carefully peaking out their fingertips of little leaves of yellow-green ... acres and acres of vines ...

    bapteme - French Word-A-Day

  • B biliary tree - a series of ducts that transport bile from the liver — where it's manufactured — to the small intestine (also called the duodenum), which uses bile to digest food. bile - a yellow-green liquid produced in the liver.

    Glossary of liver transplant terms

  • Eyes peered into the foggy darkness lit intermittently with flashes of yellow-green.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • India is now helping farmers to cultivate groves of trees that produce the yellow-green spherical fruit that is about the size of a lemon.

    Indian Gooseberry Grows Profits for Farmers

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