Synonyms for sea-green

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEA-GREEN

The brown bunch was Helen, but did you catch sight of a sea-green and salmon bunch?

I spoke of it in the church—the silver and sea-green that turned his head.

It's a mercy that you turn pink with fright, not green like the sea-green Robespierre.

"He supports you," suggested Madame, glancing at the sea-green crêpe.

Seen from the rim, a narrow margin of the water along the walls is sea-green.

She had put on her sea-green tea-gown: a present from Eva, made in Paris.

But our great, sea-green octopus, I do believe, could live anywhere.

His sea-green eyes were now blazing, and his mouth was shut like a trap.

The thickets are dense and filled with a sea-green penumbra.

The distinguishing mark of the Leveller was a sea-green ribbon.

WORD ORIGIN

as a color, 1590s, from sea + green (adj.). As an adjective from c.1600.

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