teal


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Synonyms for teal

a blue-green color or pigment

any of various small short-necked dabbling river ducks of Europe and America

of a bluish shade of green

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My favorite duck is always the very next one over the decoys, but early season blue-winged teal are my kryptonite.
Thankfully, Florida has plenty of places to hunt teal and wood ducks in September.
Further and higher education providers within easy reach of Teal Farm Manor include Sunderland College, the University of Sunderland, Newcastle University and Northumbria University.
Mr Williams said Teal was standing in the left footwell with her young brother in Mr David's lap and another brother sitting on the toolbox behind the driver's seat.
Speaking afterwards, Mr David, of Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, described Teal as "perfect, loving and caring little girl".
It's an ongoing process" to make everything work, Teal explains.
You don't need teal decoys, but they do have two advantages.
Prosecutor David Crook told how Teal punched his partner repeatedly to the head on the night of April 14.
Kubicki of Oxford; her brother, Reggie Teal and his wife Patti of Oxford; their sons, Brian and his wife Shana with their daughters, Madison and Raeann of Oxford, and Michael and his wife Megan with their children Collin and Kaitlyn of Woodstock, CT; three close friends, Pat, Doreen, and Karen; and her beloved pets, Bailey and Bentley.
Greeny-blue teal is set to star in decor, and it's a colour that could tempt even the most timid to break free from bland, and splash on a shade that's a sure-fire winner.
Wearing a teal digi-printed shift dress with sexy black boots and her staple tousled hair, we're green with envy over this outfit.
TEAL, which makes portable hand wash units, already exports to Germany, Hungary and the Netherlands, as well as partnering with stockists in New Zealand and Australia.
Between August 1964 and February 1966 Teal spent some three hundred days and nights on patrol, including the night of 6 December 1964, when an unlit vessels was detected.
TEAL Electronics, a subsidiary of SL Industries Inc.