verdant

[ vur-dnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF verdant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VERDANT

Suddenly the whole face of it was adorned with a verdant, undulating robe.

At length they rose from the verdant green, and chased each other in mock pursuit.

Nature in one of her wildest moments, verdant and profound, was revealed.

One must be eager, verdant, to write happily the story of travel.

The 'Verdant Wanderers of Wyoming;' that is precisely what we shall be.

But the travelers were undeceived when they came to the edge of this verdant plain.

How did this verdant disease spread from one continent to another?

Near the village there was a smooth, verdant, beautiful prairie, richly carpeted with the velvet green of early spring.

The smooth and verdant expanse, extending to the horizon, was dotted with groves, presenting a landscape of enchanting loveliness.

The earth is no longer level, but treeless and verdant as ever.

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