I did tie the other end of the long green string to the broom-handle.
The washer of automobiles ceased his sponging of the long green body.
The door opened, and Tilia was there, dressed in a long green silk tunic and a yellow satin surcoat.
The long green leaves, waving in the breeze, rustled from the passing of men.
Everything was in order, but under the lid of the heavy coffin one could see the corner of the long green dress of the student.
There was no other way out; Ann must walk through this long green passage.
But each year I tucked away a little more of the long green than the year before, and got a little more of the juice of books.
On the stage they saw nothing but long green curtains and a leather chair.
A folded bill of the "long green" slid into the sergeant's hand.
Catsbach carried a long green bag, and I my flute-case in my pocket.
Paper money; bills; folding money: that dear old affectionately regarded long green
[1891+; perhaps influenced by earlier sense ''home-grown, home-cured tobacco'']