Solid green

See Emerald green (a), under Green.

See also: Solid

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
The timber beyond clothed the mountain in solid green to what they took to be the top.
For instance, it has unique color patterning, including green throats on both males and females, whereas males of other iguana species never have solid green throats.
On his advice she has 40% protein, such as salmon and white fish, 40% healthy oils, such as avocados, nuts and chia seeds, and 20% solid green carbs, such as spinach, broccoli, green beans and kale.
In contrast, displaced workers who were in the same neighborhoods as their parents in the year prior to the displacement event see a much healthier earnings recovery (dashed green), surpassing the control group (solid green) six years after the displacement event.
"The addition of solid green marble tables and luxury leather chairs create a glamorous setting for the perfect Ramadan evening."
On the other end of the symbolism scale, Libya's flag is solid green to symbolize Islam.
A witness behind Coleman indicated he had only a solid green light, which would suggest a requirement to yield, Bader said.
The court refused to accept that the 66 grammes ofcannabiswas for therapeutic orindustrialpurposes and found Andreou guilty of importing the drug with intent to supply as well as producing a solid green substance from herbal cannabis.