His getting on his box, which I remember to have been decorated with an old weather-stained pea-green
hammercloth moth-eaten into rags, was quite a work of time.
In the course of the day the little squadron arrived at the confluence of Henry and Mad Rivers, which, thus united, swelled into a beautiful stream of a light pea-green
color, navigable for boats of any size, and which, from the place of junction, took the name of Snake River, a stream doomed to be the scene of much disaster to the travellers.
Lord, how some of that Somaliland-Uganda crowd would turn a beautiful pea-green
if they saw it
First came the Imperial Cornet Band of Oz, dressed in emerald velvet uniforms with slashes of pea-green
satin and buttons of immense cut emeralds.
And all night long, in the starlight pale, We sail away, with a pea-green
sail, And whistle and warble a moony song To the echoing sound of a coppery gong.
And then the queen had a fancy to have the colour of the door altered, and the painters dabbed him over the mouth and eyes, and nearly choked him, as they painted him pea-green
They had two great hooks like arms, for carrying trays; and they were painted pea-green
, or vermilion, or black for convenience of distinction; in every other way they were only automatic machines and nobody would have looked twice at them.
Here and there that woods harlequin, the madrone, permitting itself to be caught in the act of changing its pea-green
trunk to madder-red, breathed its fragrance into the air from great clusters of waxen bells.
Lady Crawley is made to put on the brightest pea-green
in her wardrobe, and my pupils leave off their thick shoes and tight old tartan pelisses, and wear silk stockings and muslin frocks, as fashionable baronets' daughters should.
The water turns foamy or scummy, with a pea-green
, blue-green or brownish-red coloring.
New York designer Gideon Mendelson applied a pea-green
gingham canvas cloth to the ceiling of a country house kitchen, and painted the island in a similar shade.
THERE aren't many who can pull off pea-green
knee-length socks - but TV star Christine Bleakley manages to.