a person, esp a politician, who is in favour of taking extreme measures to tackle environmentalist issues
in favour of or relating to extreme measures to tackle environmentalist issues: deep green environmentalists
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How to use deep green in a sentence
Brown has often been a target for News Limited publications because of his deep green politics.
Drapes of velvety synthetic, dyed the deep green that Martian colonists like, covered the walls.Fee of the Frontier | Horace Brown Fyfe
The covering of the table was a fine deep green cloth, spotted with the simple flower called the double daisy.
It was shaken out with ether; the ether layer had a blood-red color while the water layer was deep green.Some Constituents of the Poison Ivy Plant: (Rhus Toxicodendron) | William Anderson Syme
Our staunch canoe is lost in the deep green waters of the heaving main.Indian Legends of Vancouver Island | Alfred Carmichael
Their leaves were very large, wonderfully thick, and of a deep green, crossed with large veins.