Didnt you have sense enough to tell Farnsworth you werent a greenie?
You were kind to me just for nothing—when I appeared poor and forlorn and—and a greenie!
I saw the fellows hunching one another, Ah, greenie from the country.
I hope youll always be able to like greenie, but I have my doubts.
The greenie in turn tapped Hanlon and said "An-yon," and they had made the first beginnings of understanding each other.
Is there a city boy who does not know the greenie (White-plumed Honey-eater)?
I heard that Jeffries took her to the vaudeville show and I thought that was a tremendous change of heart for nice old greenie.
Mauger was a greenie; he was a product of the worst conditions of the city.
Hanlon got up leisurely, but walked purposefully over to confront the greenie.
That active city-dweller, the greenie, is found in almost every large eucalypt that happens to be in flower.
greenie green·ie (grē'nē)
An amphetamine pill that is green in color.