apple-green

apple green

n.
A moderate or vivid yellow green to light or strong yellowish green.

ap′ple-green′ adj.

apple-green

adj
(Colours) bright light green or moderate yellowish-green
Translations

apple-green

[ˈæplgriːn]
A. ADJverde manzana inv
B. Nverde m manzana
References in classic literature ?
In the west was a sky of mackerel clouds-- crimson and amber-tinted, with long strips of apple-green sky between.
The Olivetti-Underwood was red as a Ferrari, winning hands down over the apple-green Olympia.
Stylistically, this portrait is one of the earliest Mughal miniatures in the Kevorkian Album, conforming in its apple-green ground and in the subject's squat but angular physique and costume to those commissioned by Emperor Akbar for a portrait album "so that, those that have passed away have received new life, and those who are still alive have immortality promised them."
Suspecting renal amyloidosis secondary to TB, the slides were sent for examination under polarizing microscope, which showed the absence of apple-green birefringence in the slides pretreated with permanganate solution and, hence, confirmed the diagnosis of secondary renal amyloidosis.
Under the morning sun, parts of the apple-green undulating landscape assumed a golden-yellow hue.
Highlight them with Serpent (a vivid hue of green) or go for the lighter, apple-green Mint Ice instead.
Boost the invigorating effect of this summer-flowering plant aroma by planting pockets with lemon balm or Melissa officianalis, an aromatic herb with textured apple-green leaves that releases a refreshing lemony smell when touched.
Apple-green birefringence under polarization after staining with Congo red is diagnostic (figure 2).
He said officers are particularly anxious to trace an apple-green Peugeot 307 car believed to be in the vicinity.
Locked into traditional head-on, profile, or three-quarter views, Funk's subjects withdraw into their jackets' shiny folds as if the rumpled triangle of a red or apple-green hood pushed back on the shoulders or the blue curve of one pulled over the head could stand as emblems of a monastic order.
The bright stems of the Cornus stand out against the apple-green flowers of the hellebore without obscuring them.
The bridal attendants wore tea-length gowns of apple-green lame designed by Vera Wang.