One sweater, in particular, a short-sleeve, shrunken crewneck, was charmingly marked by teardrop-shaped dollops of teal blue.
And she even matched her manicure to her outfit, flashing nails that were a shade of teal.
Who is the best friend of every fat guy with a tan who says, “The teal nut-sling really takes it to a whole new level?”
Duck, widgeon, teal, and snipe; shooting free on Bishop's Mountain and Moenrin.
The wood-pigeon is large, and the flesh dark coloured: if properly kept, and not over roasted, the flavour is equal to teal.
Instinct told him that teal knew that he knew it was not true; but he did not press the point.
Governor Berkeley named also brant, shell drake, teal, and blewings.
This is the most abundant of the teal family west of the Rockies.
Take a sarcel or teal, and raise his wings and his legs, and no sauce but only salt.
The garganey or summer teal is the smallest of the wild ducks with one exception.
"small freshwater duck," early 14c., probably from an unrecorded Old English word cognate with Middle Dutch teling "teal," Middle Low German telink, from West Germanic *taili. As the name of a shade of dark greenish-blue like the color patterns on the fowl's head and wings, it is attested from 1923.