brilliant green n.
An indicator dye that changes from yellow to green at pH 0.0 to 2.6 and is also used as a topical antiseptic and as a selective bacteriostatic agent in culture media.
The club rooms overlook the shivering palms and brilliant green of the golf course, but hardly anyone is on it.
At length a brilliant green flash shot up through the smoke clouds over the river mouth.
I know not; the cistus is brown now, the rest all deep and brilliant green.
He was a tall stately man, clad in a military uniform of brilliant green, splashed with great silver facings.
The one was of the most brilliant green, the other of the deepest ultramarine.
I know not; the cistus is brown now, the rest all deep or brilliant green.
It was surrounded by lofty beech-trees of brilliant green foliage.
Then the fourth cylinder fell--a brilliant green meteor--as I learned afterwards, in Bushey Park.
brilliant green in summer, they become streaked with crimson and yellow.
From 150 to 200 they are not killed, but knocked senseless, and their skin is turned to a brilliant green colour.