Kendal green

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Kendal green a green dye, often used to color cloth, which is obtained from the woad plant
    • ***
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Kendal green A cloth colored green by dye obtained from the woad-waxen, formerly used by Flemish weavers at Kendal, in Westmoreland, England. "How couldst thou know these men in Kendal green ?"
    • ***

Usage

In literature:

The young officer appeared as Robin Hood, in a sporting dress of Kendal green and a foraging cap with a gold tassel.
"The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent." by Washington Irving
Should she go toward Kendall Green to-day, or follow the Tiber, or over by the Big Spring, or out around Lincoln Hospital?
"Birds and Poets" by John Burroughs
Should she go toward Kendall Green to-day, or follow the Tiber, or over by the Big Spring, or out around Lincoln Hospital?
"The Galaxy" by Various
There is mist tonight on Bagshot Heath, and men in Kendal green are out.
"Hints to Pilgrims" by Charles Stephen Brooks
It was of Kendal green cloth, faced about the doublet with tan-coloured leather.
"A Maid of Many Moods" by Virna Sheard
The Kendal bull ring was fixed on a green at the High Beast Banks, and had been so fixed for generations.
"Wrestling and Wrestlers:" by Jacob Robinson
***

In news:

JOHN FITZHUGH/SUN HERALDBay High defenders Rashad Williams(24) and Kendall Island pursue Greene County running back Raymond Crumpton during the second quarter of their 4A playoff game at J.
While her big sis was 31 when she graced the cover of Italian Vogue, Kendall 's stunning shots at such a young age have her sister green with envy.
***

In science:

Hoeffding (“h” in red); Pearson (“p” in green); Spearman (“r” in sky); Kendal l (“k” in blue); Ln (“l” in black).
A nonparametric independence test using random permutations
Hoeffding (“h” in red); Pearson (“p” in green); Spearman (“r” in sky); Kendal l (“k” in blue); Ln (“l” in black).
A nonparametric independence test using random permutations
Hoeffding (“h” in red); Pearson (“p” in green); Spearman (“r” in sky); Kendal l (“k” in blue); Ln (“l” in black).
A nonparametric independence test using random permutations
Hoeffding (“h” in red); Pearson (“p” in green); Spearman (“r” in sky); Kendal l (“k” in blue); Ln (“l” in black).
A nonparametric independence test using random permutations
Hoeffding (“h” in red); Pearson (“p” in green); Spearman (“r” in sky); Kendal l (“k” in blue); Ln (“l” in black).
A nonparametric independence test using random permutations
***