I see the dead strew the decks—stark and livid, green mould on their limbs.
Drops of water stood on the cold stone walls, and a green mould crept along the floor.
The green mould of the sea had settled round the sockets of the eyes.
One in particular was reduced to the merest skeleton; his face, neck, and feet covered with thick, green mould.
But for some green mould of sea-mosses here and there, they would have been like ivory.
The jug had evidently been once filled with water, as it was covered inside with green mould.
The hardtack that we had to eat was covered with green mould and full of large white meal worms.
Its walls were covered with green mould, never a ray of sun reaching them, and it looked damp, disused and forgotten.
green mould results from a damp place and a careless pressman, and is always a disgrace to all concerned.
There were bones of whales and Polar bears lying about; they looked like the legs and arms of giants covered with green mould.