- (of sand) sufficiently moist to form a compact lining for a mold without further treatment.
- (of a casting) as it comes from the mold.
- (of a powder, in powder metallurgy) unsintered.
- green material or clothing: to be dressed in green.
- greens. Also called Army greens . a blue-green uniform of the U.S. Army.
- fresh leaves or branches of trees, shrubs, etc., used for decoration.
- the leaves and stems of plants, as spinach, lettuce, or beets, used as food.
Idioms about green
Origin of green
OTHER WORDS FROM green
Other definitions for green (2 of 2)
How to use green in a sentence
Pecan, sweet potato, pumpkin, apple — every bite of turkey, stuffing, and green-bean casserole is just a means to an end, and by end, we mean your favorite seasonal dessert.
Green, 33, was signed by the Lakers in 2019 as a three-and-D wing.NBA free agency tracker (plus trades): Warriors acquire Kelly Oubre; 76ers trade Al Horford to Thunder|Ben Golliver|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
If Sanitation360′s soon-to-debut toilet design takes off, it seems there’s a market for food producers looking to grow greener.Your pee could be the golden ticket to a greener world|Ula Chrobak|November 19, 2020|Popular-Science
Not all funding for the green transition must come from the government, of course—the private sector has a big role to play.
It’s only green if it’s been created using renewable energy.
"This affair in the north, they tell me, seems a little serious," said Greenly.
Greenly, try that glass; it is set for the night, and your eyes are the best we have.
They are machines, Greenly, and have their laws, just the same as the planets in the heavens.
Go forward, Greenly, and see that a sharp look-out is kept ahead.
The convives on this occasion were merely the admiral himself, Greenly, and Atwood.
British Dictionary definitions for green (1 of 2)
- the edible leaves and stems of certain plants, eaten as a vegetable
- freshly cut branches of ornamental trees, shrubs, etc, used as a decoration
Derived forms of greengreenish, adjectivegreenly, adverbgreenness, noungreeny, adjective
Word Origin for green
British Dictionary definitions for green (2 of 2)
Other Idioms and Phrases with green
In addition to the idioms beginning with green
- green about the gills
- green light, the
- green thumb
- green with envy
- grass is always greener