Green Bay


  1. an arm of Lake Michigan, in NE Wisconsin. 120 miles (195 km) long.
  2. a port in E Wisconsin at the S end of this bay.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of Green Bay1

An Americanism dating back to 1810–20

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Example Sentences

Lasry is the second Wisconsin Democrat to challenge Johnson, joining Tom Nelson, the county executive of Outagamie County just outside of Green Bay.

To do that, the Packers would probably have to trade Love and ease Rodgers’s worries that his remaining time in Green Bay could be short.

In his third year as the starter in Green Bay, Rodgers threw for 3,922 yards and 28 touchdowns against only 11 interceptions.

Green Bay had beaten us earlier in the year, and the Patriots had beaten us in the last game of the season.

How the game ended probably won’t push Rodgers into retirement, but it does nothing to lessen his discontent with Green Bay.

Weeks before the election, TV stations in Green Bay started airing an ad paid for by the WMC.

Harvey J. Kaye is Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

Now, the Green Bay Packers quarterback is a Super Bowl champion, most valuable player, and State Farm Discount Double-Check guy.

It was too much to expect Buffalo to compete with New York or Green Bay to compete with Chicago.

The Broncos have won two Super Bowls—beating Green Bay 31-24 in 1998 and Atlanta 34-19 in 1999.

Talk about the green bay-tree flourishing and increasing, all a tax wants is to be let alone a few years.

The long journey by water and shore brought us in October to the head of Green Bay.

We traced the hard route which I had followed the day before, and reached Green Bay about dawn.

They dwelt here when the French first reached Green Bay in their discoveries in the seventeenth century.

Its north and west shores are skirted from Green Bay to a point north of the Sheboygan, with the calcareous stratum.





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