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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsea-greenˌsea-ˈgreen adjective  bluish-green Jo’s large sea-green eyessea-green noun [uncountable]
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sea-greenWhite predominated, sea-green and bright blue were also favourites.With his thick black hair and sea-green eyes, he was the living image of Tyler.Many sea-green incorruptibles will be there, but might this commercial fair be the first harbinger of green over-kill?Lais floated down the stairs towards him, a vision in sea-green silk crepe de Chine.Peach was huddled on the ground holding a girl whose familiar sea-green silk dress was already soaked scarlet.
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