She wore an apple-green housedress and her graying beehive hairdo was unyielding against the blasts of a chugging air conditioner.
She would never have that shawl with the apple-green border now.
Grass-green any one may understand, but I am always puzzled by apple-green.
Even when held close to the flame of a candle the apple-green glow was still very bright.
His apple-green coat glittered with a profusion of embroidery.
No description can convey to a hearer what we mean by apple-green or French-grey.
I replied in like manner, expressing my appreciation of so magnificent a proportion of apple-green silk.
She wore a simple dress of apple-green satin, with full sleeves and ample skirt and a tiny bodice of green cloth.
There has been no other geography book like it; it was small, and square, and apple-green; it had many and wonderful pictures.
Napier with some difficulty recognized the apple-green silk, all its sauciness gone, as dejected now as a deflated balloon.