Definition of Cress green

1. Adjective. Of a moderate yellow-green color that is greener and deeper than moss green and yellower and darker than pea green.

Exact synonyms: Cresson, Watercress
Similar to: Chromatic
Derivative terms: Watercress



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cress Green

crescentwise
crescive
crescively
crescograph
cresol
cresol red
cresolase
cresolate
cresolates
cresols
cresorcin
crespelle
crespine
crespines
cress
cress green (current term)
cress plant
cresselle
cresselles
cresses
cresset
cressets
cresslike
cresson
cressy
crest
crest cloud
crest clouds
crest of alveolar ridge
crest of cochlear opening

Literary usage of Cress green

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1. Dietetics; Or, Food in Health and Disease: Or Food in Health and Disease by William Tibbles (1914)
"... Jerusalem artichokes, turnips, mustard and cress, green onions, sorrel, and dandelion leaves, are allowed for most cases. Cooked vegetables should be ..."

2. Personal Hygiene and Physical Training for Women by Anna Mary Galbraith (1916)
"Salads, lettuce, water-cress, green onions, celery, tomatoes, etc., are so valuable for the juices contained in them that they cannot be too strongly ..."

3. Researches on the Nature and Treatment of Diabetes by Frederick William Pavy (1862)
"Mustard and cress. Green lettuce. Celery and radishes may be partaken sparingly of. Greens. Spinach. Jelly, flavoured, but not sweetened. ..."

4. A Manual of the practice of medicine by Frederick Taylor (1898)
"... mustard and cress ; green lettuce picked from the white stalk ; mushrooms, cucumber, vinegar; oil; pickles ; eggs dressed in any way ..."

5. The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British edited by William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone (1862)
"Mustard and cress. Green lettuce. Celery and radishes may be partaken sparingly of. Greens. Spinach. Jelly, flavoured, but not sweetened. ..."

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