emerald green

noun

Definition of emerald green

1 : a clear bright green resembling that of the emerald
2 : any of various strong greens

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Among the fashion hightlights were Sydney Park’s daring emerald green suit, Janel’s fire engine red dress with a deep v-neck, and Sofia’s full crimson and black gown. De Elizabeth, Teen Vogue, ""Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists" Stars Celebrate the Upcoming Freeform Premiere," 16 Mar. 2019 The Swedish matriarch stunned in an emerald green lace gown with a scalloped neckline and sheer sleeves. Erica Gonzales, Harper's BAZAAR, "These Swedish Princesses Showed Off Epic Royal Style at the Nobel Prize Ceremony," 10 Dec. 2018 Princess Anne wore emerald green to her niece Princess Eugenie's wedding today to Jack Brooksbank. Elizabeth Angell, Town & Country, "Princess Anne Wore Emerald Green to Her Niece Princess Eugenie's Wedding to Jack Brooksbank," 12 Oct. 2018 Feast your eyes on this gorgeous, suited man covered in emerald green neck tattoos with vibrant green eyeshadow to match. Maya Allen, Marie Claire, "Love Magazine's David Beckham Cover Showing Off His Green Eyeshadow Is Incredible," 9 Jan. 2019 This slow-growing type has emerald green summer foliage that bronzes in winter. Arricca Sansone, Country Living, "20 Best Boxwood Shrubs to Plant in Your Garden," 14 Feb. 2019 The Queen wore the same emerald green velvet cape back in July for the annual Order of the Thistle service. Isabel Greenberg, Harper's BAZAAR, "Queen Elizabeth II Has a Regal New Portrait in Scotland," 30 Nov. 2018 Presiding over the glamorous evening was the event’s chair, Jean Shafiroff, who added a bit of elegant glitz in an emerald green Oscar de la Renta ball gown. Lilah Ramzi, Vogue, "Opera Divas and Debutantes: Inside the 64th Annual Viennese Opera Ball," 5 Feb. 2019 The specific type of arsenic evident on the covers is known as Paris green or emerald green, as its intense hue is similar to that of the eponymous gemstone. Meilan Solly, Smithsonian, "Arsenic-Laced Books Discovered in University Library," 3 July 2018

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First Known Use of emerald green

1646, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of emerald green was in 1646

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