olive green

NOUN
  1. a color that is lighter and greener than olive
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  • German Victorian Scrap of matte olive green ivy and brown Baroque border; 3 yards of ribbon; 4 brass snowflake charms, 2 plastic leaves and a white glass "navette"; 4 cards and coordinating envelopes and 2 glittery bird tags; a collage sheet of vintage, French holiday postcards; and a rubber stamp of snowflakes I got from a French dictionary! ScrapScene
  • Dirty olive green over the whole back; belly dirty white; scuta 130. Journals of expeditions of discovery into Central Australia, and overland from Adelaide to King George's Sound, in the years 1840-1
  • Other colours include midnight black, ocean blue, rose pink and olive green.
  • The puzzle shapes fill about half the canvas; they are opposed by an irregularly edged area of olive green populated by vertical bands.
  • Wild flowers crowd your vision - a dazzling kaleidoscope of colour against an olive green background.
  • In front of me to my left, and facing me almost full-on but not quite: a handsome, lightly muscular man, fair-haired, quite craggy looking, in an olive green vest, and all on his own.
  • Army uniforms are often olive green.
  • His shooting uniform of olive greens and tweeds as tribal as the black Sunday outfits of the Lewis churchgoers.
  • In the same woods, we also saw the large saddleback and the bellbird, the former with a glossy black head and body and a bright chestnut ‘saddle’ across its back, the latter, olive green with a red eye and a loud, clear ringing call.
  • I noted that Captain Haddock's shirt contained some primrose yellow within its subtle pinstripe pattern; a colour that is very in at the moment, handsomely complemented by his olive green ‘safari’ waistcoat.
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