Chartreuse


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aromatic green or yellow liqueur flavored with orange peel and hyssop and peppermint oils

a shade of green tinged with yellow

of something having the yellowish green color of Chartreuse liqueur

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Best baits were Mepps and Chartreuse Powerbait Eggs.
Sample dozens of hard-to-find mezcals and tequilas (up to $48 per shot, but most much less), or get more creative with a cocktail like the Disco Mariachi, which melds Chartreuse, pineapple juice, and orgeat with mezcal.
Fontburn: Ledgered Chartreuse PowerBait Eggs, Magic dust in a feeder, various spinners.
Mosses, ferns, and grasses sophisticate a landscape by sewing together flowers against a lime, chartreuse, or emerald background.
The sight of a grown man in a chartreuse shirt jumping onto the roof of a car suggests Beem's harder work and sharper play hasn't made him a dull boy.
IN 1987, German film-maker Philip Groning asked the monks of the Grand Chartreuse monastery near Grenoble in France if he could make a documentary about them.
Equally choleric is Bindweed and Red, a densely populated expanse of appendages in gnawing chartreuse that perceptibly warps ambient light with its volatile fluorescence.
The fly in the ointment, or, more specifically, the worm in this Edenic apple-tree grove, was Viola, a wriggling serpent in chartreuse, determined to wreak havoc on this crew's cloistered morality for the sport of it.
The 400-piece, hand-blown tower stands 20 feet tall and consists of twisting citron and chartreuse glass bulbs and spirals that slowly meld and transition into cobalt blue at the base of the tower.
The bride carried a hand-tied bouquet of Casablanca lilies, periwinkle alstroemeria lilies, and chartreuse viburum.
Kofi has fantastic lighting ideas, and it was his suggestion that I wear the chartreuse jumpsuit rather than the teal Nehru during 'Benny & the Jets,'" says John.
But this trio of novels, Chartreuse, Portrait of a Woman, and The Odor of Sanctity, all written by Father Joseph Roccasalvo, S.
Broder Adam feels ill at ease with the vow of silence; his ambivalence toward the scheme of things and the order of Chartreuse is apparent.
Author Patricia Lynne Duffy, herself a synesthete, writes about them in her book, Blue Cats and Chartreuse Kittens: How Synesthetes Color their Worlds, (Henry Holt & Co.