Emeralds [adjective]

Definition of Emeralds:

rich green

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Sentence/Example of Emeralds:

When Bobby climbed out of the family pool after his morning laps, his beauty was rivaled only by Sue Ellen doing the same but in her neon emerald one-piece.

As we've reported previously, after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, Fenn buried a treasure chest filled with gold, rubies, emeralds, and diamonds somewhere in the Rocky Mountains.

Here, amid the rich, dark earth and emerald farm fields, she is home.

Sansevieria masoniana, for example, looks like a “tie-dye tongue sticking out of a pot,” and Sansevieria cylindrica “looks like a miniature emerald city,” she says.

You’ll see a big rockface, and it has gone from a light covering of green moss, to this dense emerald green.

This would mean an additional two weeks to the tour, and no doubt more time could pleasantly be spent in the Emerald Isle.

People say that the emerald means success in love, replied Mrs. Towne.

The cropped grass shone clear as emerald, and all the garden showed clear-cut and solid and stable in its propriety and order.

I looked into the sky again, and saw a second sun,—this one a beautiful emerald green.

Of a sudden they passed from the wood, and saw before them a wide prairie of emerald grass.