sage green

NOUN
  1. the color of sage leaves
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  • Â I believe it had a basecoat of reddish brown, followed by gesso and sage green, but it was so long ago that that might be wrong. Kater’s Art » 2009 » May
  • To make the large, high-ceilinged rooms flow together seamlessly, the designer repeated tones of sage green, raspberry red, and gold in the fabrics.
  • She had chosen to wear a sage green dress with an empire waist.
  • We both love the color red and how it looks with the sage green and pale blue trim on our house.
  • Those overglazed trees (rendered in doucai, the “interlocking colors” of sage green, eggplant, and brown) are the suihan sanyou, the “Three Friends of Winter,” in other words a pine, some stems of bamboo, and branches of prunus picked out so exactly in flecks of red enamel — the auspicious plum, the first blossoms to arrive after the Chinese new year. Sir Percival David at the British Museum
  • My private closet is a pale sage green, trimmed in alabaster white, with a delicate painted chaise covered in soft green damask with a beautiful tulipwood desk, and my bedroom is done in pinks and creams. Exit the Actress
  • Autumnal shades abound, burnished orange; mauve; burnt umber; ochre; sage green and damson, preferably all in the one outfit.
  • With a cloudy or landscape paper, use plain poplin, rep, or sunfast, in warm tans, sage green, with bands of black or orange, or both, across the bottom; this would give character to the room. Better Homes in America Plan Book for Demonstration Week October 9 to 14, 1922
  • I know that she would never go into town in her pale grey sweatpants and sage green sweatshirt.
  • Those overglazed trees (rendered in doucai, the “interlocking colors” of sage green, eggplant, and brown) are the suihan sanyou, the “Three Friends of Winter,” in other words a pine, some stems of bamboo, and branches of prunus picked out so exactly in flecks of red enamel — the auspicious plum, the first blossoms to arrive after the Chinese new year. Archive 2009-08-01
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