Chartreuse [adjective]

Definition of Chartreuse:

emerald in color

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Sentence/Example of Chartreuse:

But green Chartreuse unhappily is not innocent; it is more than a spirit, it is a powerful drug.

The Bishop went forth to give him battle on the slopes of the Chartreuse, on the right bank of the river opposite the town.

"Coffee and chartreuse," he said to the waiter, when we had finished.

Chartreuse is the unsolved enigma of French compounders of liqueurs.

Everything about the Chartreuse was original, not only the dancers and the dances but the orchestra, the music, and the manager.

He finished one more chartreuse and turned his small black eyes upon her.

The Chartreuse will turn out easily if the jelly is gently pressed from the basin all round.

Coffee had been served, and the Chartreuse—Biron had not forgotten.

"I hope you got a good supply of that Chartreuse," he said, beginning to set up the men.

A bishop of Grenoble advised him to choose the rocky woods of Chartreuse, and to that place he and six companions retired.