sea green


Definition of sea green 

1 : a moderate green or bluish green

2 : a moderate yellow green

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The color palate was soothing, from pale blue, sea green, cream and gray offset by orange and red. Washington Post, "Prada redefines youthful elegance with psychedelic flair," 17 June 2018 Midge has a knockout period wardrobe in sea green and paradise pink. Alexis Soloski, idahostatesman, "Did you hear the one about the housewife who walks into a comedy club?," 7 Jan. 2018 Although still weird to picture uniform-wise, Cutler in the sea green of the Miami Dolphins will be a good look for the offense. Jennifer Eakins,, "Fantasy Football Streaming Options for Week 2," 13 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of sea green

1598, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of sea green was in 1598

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English Language Learners Definition of sea green

: a bluish-green color like the sea

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