Recent Examples of chartreuse from the Web
Pony up to the bar and ask bartender Mark Cooney to mix up the Last Word – a sophisticated yet simple cocktail consisting of gin, green chartreuse, maraschino liqueur and fresh lime juice.
Also mustard, chartreuse, chrome yellow and cream, and fruity hues, like deep plum, cherry and berry.
Shellcrackers and speckled perch were biting white jigs and chartreuse jigs.
Alchemy also will have a small food selection with to-go items and other specialties, including a chartreuse board.
A guest bedroom is painted chartreuse; an original mantel is now lavender.
The interface was bland and perplexing: a lanky, spike-haired adolescent appeared to moonwalk over chartreuse flatness divided by a geometrically primitive ribbon of blue (the app's crude semblance of the Mississippi).
Its popular margarita is $8, but spend the extra two bucks and get the frozen strawberry-basil margarita with a chartreuse float, one of the best slushies in the city.
IO moth caterpillars are lime or chartreuse with thin white and burgundy stripes down each side.
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Origin and Etymology of chartreuse
First Known Use: 1884See Words from the same year
Definition of Chartreuse
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