bluish green

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Noun1.bluish green - a blue-green color or pigmentbluish green - a blue-green color or pigment; "they painted it a light shade of bluish green"
green, viridity, greenness - green color or pigment; resembling the color of growing grass
cyan - a primary subtractive color for light; has a blue-green color
Adj.1.bluish green - of a bluish shade of green
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
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The mono-rail cable standard became a striking fact in urban landscape, for the most part stout iron erections rather like tapering trestles, and painted a bright bluish green.
When the light from the sun passes through the atmosphere it gets reflected back by the clouds but the methane present in the atmosphere absorbs the red light so what's left is the bluish green color.
He was wearing a bluish green shirt and track pants when he went missing.
The sight of bluish green water flowing through the Boac River in Marinduque province has raised suspicions of a high level of acid seeping from mine wastes left in the defunct Marcopper mining site.
As an aside, scorpions become luminescent under an ultraviolet light--a vibrant bluish green colour.
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Both were largely bluish green and translucent, with portions containing white opaque material (and also some dark brown matrix in one piece).
In the spring, the fescue and junegrass turn bluish green.
Venki says he imports only the bluish green Fraser firs, the best quality, according to him.
The genus Papiliolebias can be distinguished from all other taxa of the Rivulidae by four synapomorphic conditions of the color pattern of males: unpaired fins dark blue, a white line along distal margin of anal fin, nine pelvic fin rays, and a metallic bluish green humeral blotch (Costa 1998b).
Emeralds are one of the three main precious gemstones and are known for their fine green to bluish green colour.
However, Phaedrotettix is considerably smaller than Phaulotettix, and in Phaedrotettix, the head, pronotum and postocular band are dark brown, extending on sides of abdomen till about fifth segment; linear wings, abdominal tergites white cream, hind tibiae entirely bluish green, tarsi brown-bluish green dorsally, cerci of variable shape and size; whereas Phaulotettix specimens are larger and more robust, males are green and females green or brownish, postocular band not extending beyond pronotum, wings ovate, white cream triangular marks on abdominal tergites, hind tibiae distally--in some species almost entirely--intense pink-red, tarsi intense pink-red, cerci laminate, half basal portion tapering, lower margin obtuse-angulate.