What better way to celebrate spring than with a verdant bowl of budding goodness?
It was a typical suburban dwelling with a verdant lawn and lots of flowering shrubs.
A jacket resembled a verdant forest with its beautiful chaos of green feathers.
We quickly descended the mountain, and continued our journey in a real garden, amid flowering trees and verdant rice fields.
The earth is no longer level, but treeless and verdant as ever.
She was standing under the long evergreen festoons just where they met and formed a sort of verdant archway.
Nature in one of her wildest moments, verdant and profound, was revealed.
She bent above the verdant tenderness and kissed it; then she rushed back, bursting into the room.
One must be eager, verdant, to write happily the story of travel.
Queen Eleanora insisted upon halting in a lovely romantic valley, full of verdant grass and gushing fountains.
1580s, "green," from Middle French virdeant "becoming green," present participle of Old French verdeiier "become green," from Vulgar Latin *viridiare "grow green, make green," from Latin viridis "green" (see verdure). Related: Verdantly.