I wore my nile-green silk, which I am afraid showed off my splendid coat of tan only too well.
Will you, please, tie this bow of nile-green velvet about my neck?
“There will be no nile-green dress and golden slippers,” she whispered.
I've arranged the tea; dainty nile-green cakes from Gunter's, and chocolates and cigarettes.
She was clothed in a filmy thing of nile-green that floated around her as clouds float about a mountain peak.
The steam had cleared away, and now showed a rocky and wooded scene, the trees sky-blue, the rocks a nile-green.
With your perky paradoxes, and your talk of "crinkled ox-eyes," and of books in "nile-green skin."
And Mary told me once that nile-green had been her favorite color until she lost her complexion.
In her hand the Queen carried a little volume, bound in nile-green skin, powdered with gold heraldic roses.
It was one of those clear, nile-green sunrises whose lucent depths go back a million miles or so; and my spirit followed on wings.