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[mass noun] A muted green colour used especially in tweed and woollen garments.‘avoid dull colours like lovat’
- ‘Colors include off-white, green, lovat green, oatmeal, navy, black, white and other colors, if requested.’
- ‘The hose we carry are imported from Scotland and are available in cream, bottle green or lovat green.’
- ‘Lovat blue and lovat green will match most tartans in the ancient colors, but also look good with many modern tartans.’
Early 20th century: from Lovat, a place name in Highland Scotland.
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