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BuzzFeed even polled their readers on the topic, finding that 92% of participants (allegedly 410,000 people) saw grey and teal, 4% (allegedly 18,500 people) saw pink and white, and the remaining 4% claimed to see another combo.
Teal, 25, and Evangeline, 23, married on April 21, 1946, in a candlelight wedding at Bakersville Baptist Church amid baskets of white dogwood and evergreens.
The Hornets have three versions of their current uniform; white at home, purple on the road and teal as an alternate.
The bedroom is painted in a restive deep teal, with a massive mirror to make the space feel even bigger.
In addition to migratory ducks such as blue-winged teal during the fall and winter, the basin should have a variety of wading birds such as herons, egrets and wood storks.
Teal was being the congressman, passionately debating on the House floor.
At Paintbox, a nail studio in New York City, clients can get a manicure, then insert their hands into a photo box where their latest coat of metallic teal will be immortalized.
The wainscoting is a soothing teal, and the walls a soft gray.
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Origin and Etymology of teal
Middle English tele; akin to Middle Dutch teling teal
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
TEAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of teal for English Language Learners
: a small duck found in Europe and America
: a dark greenish-blue color
TEAL Defined for Kids
Definition of teal for Students
: a small wild duck of America and Europe
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