- v. rare To make green, especially by the addition of trees and other plants.
- green + -ify (Wiktionary)
“No one was claiming that Gore didn't try to "greenify" his home he did.”
“Soon after the announcement was made, pan-blue lawmakers criticized the reshuffle, saying the move is part of the Democratic Progressive Party's ploy to "greenify" top government officials before President Chen Shui-bian's 陳水扁 term expires in May 2008.”
“Austin Hartman, a junior from Hays, displays his obedient recycling skills in front of the Wal-Mart on Iowa St. Hartman was part of an eco-experiment conducted by his girlfriend, who attempted to "greenify" his daily habits in one semester.”
“We hope your new TransLink card not only helps "greenify" your commute, but makes it more convenient too.”
“In it, she chronicles her increasingly manic efforts to greenify her household without moving them all to a log cabin in the woods and having them hunt and gather their own school lunches.”
“Moreover, perhaps this wasn't the time or space, but the companies chose to highlight current environmentally friendly practices that put them ahead of the game (with things they ought to be doing from the beginning like recycling and lessening energy consumption) rather than focusing on real future efforts to further greenify their companies.”
“They're on the front lines, their people are already dying in the hundreds of thousands due to climate change, and they don't have the infrastructure to greenify their infrastructure.”
“How can I build upon my success with cloth napkins and further greenify my kitchen?”
“We strive to greenify our home, our car, our workplaces, our schools because it is good to live green.”
“Jennifer Siegal and some others are using green amenities and materials to greenify prefab.”
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