green metal

green metal

Pseudomedicine
A metal that has a greenish hue and alleged, in the pseudoscience of colour therapy, to disinfect and rebuild tissue.

Examples, green metals
Aluminium, carbon, barium, chlorine, nickel, sodium.
References in classic literature ?
She was clad in a somewhat strange garb of peacock green and peacock blue satins, that gleamed like blue and green metals, such as delight children and aesthetes, and her heavy, hot brown hair framed one of those magic faces which are dangerous to all men, but especially to boys and to men growing grey.
Earlier in the day, Netanyahu, in his speech at MSC, brandished a rectangular piece of dark green metal which he called "a piece of that Iranian drone, or what's left of it, after we shot it down.
He brandished a rectangular chunk of dark green metal, which he called "a piece of that Iranian drone, or what's left of it, after we shot it down.
UK) Make it a couples' day by personalising this quaint green metal hanging gardening sign with you and your partner's name.
Mr McKeever was last seen on CCTV walking towards a green metal shipping container at the garage in Brecon Street at 5.
In central Harare, a group of young men tore down a green metal street sign bearing Robert MugabeAaAaAeAcs name and smashed it repeatedly on t road.
Another green metal is graphite, the focus of Zenyatta Ventures' rich Albany deposit, near Hearst.
Taking influence from Pantone's colour of the year, 'greenery/ the new frame 'Lisa' in 'C2' has a wearable green metal front combined with a deep, rounded 49 eye.
Driving first by car and then continuing on foot because of the ruins littering the streets we eventually arrived at a green metal door.
A green metal Hoods milk box, identical to the one Brenda's family had when she was a child, sits outside the back door.
James Godman, 67, was furious to discover BT's green metal box prevented his carer from parking.