Maybe John Roberts and his little quartet of sea-green incorruptibles will finally get it through their heads.
She wore a sea-green, V-necked frock with a modest hint of cleavage.
Each nest contains three or four eggs of a pale, sea-green color.
I spoke of it in the church—the silver and sea-green that turned his head.
They were sea-eyes—sea-gray, sea-blue, with a hint even of sea-green.
It's a mercy that you turn pink with fright, not green like the sea-green Robespierre.
The sea-green lady moved, and the pages of the mysterious volume trembled, as if eager to deliver their oracles.
She had put on her sea-green tea-gown: a present from Eva, made in Paris.
A bunch of burnt umber hair and a sea-green eye appeared in the crack of a door.
The thickets are dense and filled with a sea-green penumbra.