noun, plural teals, (especially collectively) teal for 1.
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Example sentences from the Web for teal
Most notable, however, is the legendary teal pantsuit Clinton wore when she was sworn in as senator.
And she even matched her manicure to her outfit, flashing nails that were a shade of teal.Michelle Obama at DNC: Tracy Reese Dress With J. Crew Heels (PHOTOS)|Isabel Wilkinson|September 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The hair is most definitely UP, and gone are the usual greys and whites and in its place a shocking aqua-marine teal.
One sweater, in particular, a short-sleeve, shrunken crewneck, was charmingly marked by teardrop-shaped dollops of teal blue.
English-speaking readers will now be able to enjoy for the first time The True Deceiver, translated by Thomas Teal.
Cut up the duck or teal, and put it into the sauce, and let it simmer for a long time—the duck having been previously roasted.
Take three teal, season the birds with salt and cayenne, and divide them into neat pieces.
Widgeon may be cooked in as many ways as teal, using the same recipes, substituting widgeon for teal.
A teal builds its nest on her knee, and lays eggs (177-212).Kalevala, Volume I (of 2)|Anonymous
Wasula was as pretty and free as a teal-duck, or a mink with its slender, graceful body and small face.Red Hunters And the Animal People|Charles A. Eastman