grass-green

grass green

n.
A moderate yellow-green to strong or dark yellowish-green.

grass′-green′ adj.
Translations

grass-green

[ˈgrɑːsˌgriːn] ADJverde hierba
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Television footage showed a grass-green Mazda 2 subcompact standing behind a yellow Toyota Wish at a crossroads.
At the back of the house, which opens to the courtyard-style yard, a den/family room is open to a fairly small but efficiently arranged kitchen with kooky grass-green Marmoleum floor tiles.
Welsh Lamb W and Welsh Beef both have the W European Union's coveted Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) mark and the logos share the distinctive white and red typeface against the grass-green and blue sky background.
The house on the hill made creaks in the rafters, and Bill's hair was grass-green, in fact it was grass, period.
After all, for every set ABT also has tone-in-tone front lips, side skirts, wing inserts, rear skirt inserts and a spoiler - in brushed aluminium or grass-green or lavender.
That's not nice,' Sally told the impudent grass-green fellow, and he blew a raspberry noise from his puffed-up face, and the others all started to laugh with odd twittering sounds.
The boldness of the fragrance is echoed via its nonstop-neon pink and green bottle, complete with a removable color-contrasting grass-green "deco-moderne" rose-blossom bracelet that's wound around the cap.
Species-wide, half the females have grass-green bodies, but the others sport the brilliant guy-red.
Mark Johnston's camp would argue their runner-up endured win-depriving traffic problems that day, but the selection was grass-green and is entitled to improve in the one-mile lingfieldpark.
Mark Johnston's camp would argue their runner-up endured win-depriving traffic problems that day but the selection was grass-green and is entitled to improve in the one-mile lingfieldpark.
Mark Johnston's camp would argue their runner-up endured win-depriving traffic problems that day but General Blucher was grass-green and is entitled to improve in the one-mile lingfieldpark.
Mark Johnston's camp would argue their runnerup endured win-depriving traffic problems that day but General Blucher was grass-green and is entitled to improve in the one-mile lingfieldpark.