[ green-groh-suh-ree, -grohs-ree ]
/ ˈgrinˌgroʊ sə ri, -ˌgroʊs ri /

noun, plural green·gro·cer·ies. Chiefly British.

a greengrocer's shop.
the fruits and vegetables stocked and sold in such a shop.

Origin of greengrocery

First recorded in 1800–10; green + grocery Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020

Examples from the Web for greengrocery

  • The first thing that struck my eye on approaching was the unusual appearance of the Wattles's greengrocery shop.

  • At length, one day, the broker sent his men into the shop, who threw all the greengrocery about like peelings of onions.

    Rattlin the Reefer|Edward Howard
  • His foregrounds had always a succulent cluster or two of greengrocery at the corners.

  • The street was encumbered with stalls set up by country folks for the sale of greengrocery, scullery-wares, and fruit or cakes.

    A Clerk of Oxford|Evelyn Everett-Green