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Of a pale bluish green colour.
greenish, viridescentView synonyms
- ‘Imagine a sharply angled building with walls of sea-green glass.’
- ‘The man had brown hair with one long string of gray, with flashing sea-green eyes and an air of command about him.’
- ‘Yes, all is not just illusion, but theatrical illusion, on this cool sea-green isle.’
- ‘This, for instance, is how Darius describes the foundation of the sea-green palace of Susa, across the border north-east of Basra.’
- ‘Beyond the limo's one-way windows, the season's first tropical storm, Allison, was blowing sea-green clouds and rain across a wide street lined with blighted-looking shops and slum dwellings.’
- ‘As he moved, his sea-green scales hissed against each other, armor plates the size of dinner dishes protecting the soft flesh of his gargantuan body.’
- ‘Marietta kissed him, her sea-green eyes sparkling.’
- ‘The most I could manage was a glare, and I fixed him with my iciest, taking pleasure in the look of fear that flitted momentarily through his sea-green eyes.’
- ‘Although they both had the same black-silk hair, sea-green eyes, and fair complexion, that was where the similarities came to a cliff-drop end.’
- ‘As they recited their vows, their eyes never left one another's; Michael's deep brown to Marietta's sea-green.’
- ‘A frillier dress, of sea-green, with a ribboned stomacher, and a raised chin make her air more confident.’
- ‘I followed more slowly, my hands in my pockets and my eyes faced downwards, ignoring the concern in my friend's sea-green eyes as she turned around to watch me.’
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