1. the lush appearance of flourishing vegetation
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How To Use verdancy In A Sentence

  • Here, its candied herbaciousness serves to highlight, on the one hand, the sweet balsamic quality brought by sandalwood and patchouli and, on the other, the bright aromatic verdancy of basil and the almost camphoraceous chilliness of sage. Archive 2009-04-01
  • Isabelli cloaks herself in verdancy, and threads the most beautiful blooms of desert, forest grasslands and jungle alike through her hair.
  • Not just the green moist verdancy of a conservatory, but redolent of spices and flowers. Pixel-stained technopeasant wretch
  • There were springs everywhere underground here; they accounted for part of the verdancy, part of the humidity, and were doubtless under pressure thanks to the large body of water nearby. Elephant in the City
  • (It's better in person — the palette actually tends towards an uncanny glowing verdancy.) Archive 2009-06-01
  • Why go to Switzerland for skiing and soaking in the scenic verdancy of the mountains when you can do it in Kashmir?
  • As the composition progresses, however, and the herbal greenness of basil and rosemary and the earthy verdancy of vetiver become apparent, the blend becomes significantly more interesting. Archive 2009-06-01
  • But if the verdancy of the hedges doesn't quite meet visual standards, then a home inspection is warranted? My Garden Is Telling Me That I'm Abusing My Kids
  • In his consequential verdancy, his aristocratic boobyism, and his lack-brain originality, this pithless hereditary squireling is quite inimitable and irresistible; -- a tall though slender specimen of most effective imbecility, whose manners and character must needs all be from within, because he lacks force of nature to shape or dress himself by any model. Shakespeare: His Life, Art, And Characters, Volume I. With An Historical Sketch Of The Origin And Growth Of The Drama In England
  • No. The cattle were let out to pasture every morning and at eventide they would return with their bellies not even half-filled; each tuft of grass and the verdancy of each brookside had already been nibbled clean by the sheep, and the cows were compelled to seek a diet of heather and leaves, the result being the poorest of milk. The Road Leads On
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