Recent Examples of turquoise from the Web
The swimwear is equally eye-catching, in bold shades of turquoise, hot pink, and burgundy.
To add this necessary shade to your feed, take a dip in the turquoise, tiled pool at Le Riad Yasmine.
The courtroom had high ceilings of brightly colored beams painted in turquoise and coral.
The watch uses other precious materials such as pink mother-of-pearl for Mercury, green enamel for Venus, turquoise for Earth, and a diamond for the Moon.
And Sunday night’s show was no different, as Jenny McCarthy showed up with her bob dyed a brand new, bright shade of turquoise.
Deep jewel tone dye jobs in copper, turquoise, and purple-pink shades, pulled back in low-slung ponytails secured with ribbon.
The sober and beautiful color palette of myriad blues — navy, Cetacean, Cerulean, blueberry, turquoise — as well as purple and vermilion ensured the collection stayed tasteful.
There is no full image of a third kit, but a sample colour scheme that appears to be a turquoise-like shade of blue/green.
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Origin and Etymology of turquoise
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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