pea green


Definition of pea green

: a moderate yellow green

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The bloom affects Toledo to the islands, contaminating drinking water, and turning it pea green. Mary Kilpatrick,, "EPA announces new program designed to clean up Great Lakes," 19 July 2019 Recently at this quiet time-warp of a hairdresser’s — one of the oldest in the city — mirrors on just about every wall reflect pea green walls and dark wood accents. René A. Guzman,, "The Jefferson-area salon cutting and curling for 71 years, Vee’s Hair and Spa," 26 June 2019 Simmons explained how to keep peas green until Christmas and how to dry peaches. Keith Stavely And Kathleen Fitzgerald, Smithsonian, "What America’s First Cookbook Says About Our Country and Its Cuisine," 12 Jan. 2018 John Lennon bought a 1972 model in pea green, foregoing the faux-ash paneling. Ash Carter, Town & Country, "Town & Country salutes the Town & Countrys of America," 3 Apr. 2013

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First Known Use of pea green

1752, in the meaning defined above

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English Language Learners Definition of pea green

: a yellowish-green color

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