Examples from the Web for verdancy
For your young virgins, sweet and modest as they are, have always a slight dash of young tartness, and verdancy.The Sea|Jules Michelet
She took the witness-stand with evidences of backwardness and proverbial Bourbon verdancy.
Thus the term "adobe," the sun-dried brick, as applied to a man, signifies vealiness and verdancy.
The water is still green as emerald, and has the same luminous quiver and transparence of verdancy which the gem possesses.The Crest of the Continent|Ernest Ingersoll
He shook his head sorrowfully, for I think the verdancy of my youth appealed to him.A Tatter of Scarlet|S. R. Crockett
British Dictionary definitions for verdancy
Word Origin for verdant
Word Origin and History for verdancy
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.