greenness, especially of fresh, flourishing vegetation.
green vegetation, especially grass or herbage.
freshness in general; flourishing condition; vigor.
flourishing green vegetation or its colour
a condition of freshness or healthy growth
[C14: from Old French
green, from Latin
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Even the air has a pale-green cast: the moisture suspended in it picks up the pervasive glow of the verdure.
Viewed from the inside, the piece suggests a dense canopy of verdure.
The whole is buried in a variety of shrubbery of the richest verdure.
It is a surprise to discover that ferns compose the verdure, for several kinds find the shelter of the cliffs agreeable.
The residential portion of the city is noted for its many beautiful mansions embowered in semitropical bloom and verdure.
People are cutting back the verdure to bake charcoal to sell.
It is verdure clad, as is indeed all of this beautiful section.
Everything is covered with luxurious tropical verdure, even the rocks.