Origin of emerald green
Related formsem·er·ald-green, adjective
Examples from the Web for emerald green
And her emerald-green day dress by Diane von Furstenberg was lovely as well.
The New Orleans Saints just played their season opener on a pasture of brand-new, emerald-green playing turf.
After the burn, the hills are blanketed in emerald-green calcium-rich grass.
He wore an enormous broad-brimmed hat and emerald-green earrings, and looked considerably younger than his eldest son, Francesco.New Italian sketches|John Addington Symonds
One morning, from the emerald-green of a swamp maple, a single branch flamed out a crimson-red.Wild Folk|Samuel Scoville
About his throat was a necklace of emerald-green gems, and his clothing was studded with more of them.Despoilers of the Golden Empire|Gordon Randall Garrett
The chapel was crammed with native Christians, and the preacher ascended the emerald-green pulpit.An Old English Home|S. Baring-Gould
In many cases the mineral shows bright patches of apple-green or emerald-green, due to the presence of chromium.