deep green

adjective
  1. in favour of or relating to extreme measures to tackle environmentalist issuesdeep green environmentalists
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Examples from the Web for deep green

Historical Examples of deep green

  • This variety is remarkable for its large, deep-green, luxuriant foliage.

  • The fronds are deep-green in color, and sub-coriaceous in texture.

    Beautiful Ferns

    Daniel Cady Eaton

  • One of the bedrooms which I visited had deep-green paper, with gold lines and spots, and bed-curtains somewhat similar.

    Travels in South Kensington

    Moncure Daniel Conway

  • The fronds are smooth, deep-green in color, slightly paler beneath, and of a rather firm papery texture.

    Beautiful Ferns

    Daniel Cady Eaton

  • Plant vigorous, with luxuriant, deep-green foliage; continuing its growth till late in the season, or until destroyed by frost.