The tree of the greengage plum is nearly equally unproductive.
So the two of them bit bites out of every greengage they could reach.
One pint of greengage plums, after being rubbed through a sieve, one large cup of sugar, the yolks of two eggs well beaten.
At the farm of our nearest neighbors, the Edwardses, there were five greengage trees that bore delicious plums.
She always drank her half-bottle of red wine to the dregs, and she invariably concluded with a greengage in brandy.
And apples, of course—three or four dozen of those good eaters—and a little pot of my greengage preserves—Edward'll like that.
No apricot Or greengage tart my heart hath won;Their sweetness doth but cloy and clot.
The pits of greengage plums they cracked between their teeth for the kernels inside.
Speaking of the greengage, he says, "its taste is so exquisitely sweet and delicious, that nothing can exceed it."
You remember that we represented him by a football, while the earth was only a greengage plum.