brownish-green


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Adj.1.brownish-green - of green tinged with brown
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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The film opens with images of the Greenland ice sheets melting: tumultuous mountains of white caving in on themselves, and long stretches of scrubby brownish-green terrain where, as recently as the 1980s, there was only ice.
Sometimes called honey oil, budder, shatter, wax, honeycomb or butane hash oil, dabs are mostly made by heating marijuana soaked solvents like butane or carbon dioxide, resulting in its sticky brownish-green candle-wax like texture.
Generally, the crab is a brownish-green color, but can appear a darker brown or a deep, almost-purple black, as well.
There was a giant ball - a dark brownish-green globe, about 15ft in height, and it was rolling after him along Telegraph Road.
After that we'll put on the bird poo mask," she says, cheerily picking up a bowl of brownish-green goo (not unlike the contents of my young nephews' first nappies) and stirring it with a brush.
Nuts ripen in the fall, covered with a brownish-green, semifleshy husk.
Those preceded the centerpiece of the Bukharian Friday night table: bakhsh, a brownish-green ploy--or rice pilaf--with cilantro leaves and chunks of lamb that was served sliced from a log and packed loosely into the ribs of a roast chicken, where the rice continued to warm.
In Alexandria, a state prosecutor says they are investigating a Chinese company after two of its shipments from China were found to contain 25 tons of material in the khaki and brownish-green style worn by soldiers.
An octopus is typically gray or brownish-green, but it can instantaneously change its skin color, opacity and ability to reflect light, depending upon the situation it finds itself in, or even its mood.