Definitions

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  • noun UK, informal a fire engine used by the army

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  • noun street names for marijuana

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Examples

  • My favorite thing to make in a Vitamix is something I call Green Goddess (1 kale leaf, 1 frozen banana, 1 frozen pear, 2 dates, and water).

    Sandy Henson Corso: The Peace List (10 Must-Haves for Summer)

  • My favorite thing to make in a Vitamix is something I call Green Goddess (1 kale leaf, 1 frozen banana, 1 frozen pear, 2 dates, and water).

    Sandy Henson Corso: The Peace List (10 Must-Haves for Summer)

  • Legend has it that Green Goddess Dressing was created in the 1920s by the chef at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel in honor of actor George Arliss, who was appearing in a play called The Green Goddess.

    From Warehouse to Your House

  • Legend has it that Green Goddess Dressing was created in the 1920s by the chef at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel in honor of actor George Arliss, who was appearing in a play called The Green Goddess.

    From Warehouse to Your House

  • Legend has it that Green Goddess Dressing was created in the 1920s by the chef at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel in honor of actor George Arliss, who was appearing in a play called The Green Goddess.

    From Warehouse to Your House

  • The Green Goddess (307 Exchange Place; 504-301-3347; greengoddessnola. com), which opened last May, is a small, quaint eatery tucked in an alleyway in the French Quarter that puts a worldly spin on classic cajun cuisine (Louisiana "bangers and mash" and crawfish pupusas are among the menu items).

    New Orleans

  • Green Goddess plans…Undated Northumberlandia handout photo of a 400 metre long naked “Green Goddess”, which was designed by artist Charles Jencks, and will be carved into the Northumberland landscape, under a new plan revealed by The Banks Group.

    PD*29837247 « Dating Jesus

  • Thick, creamy and slightly biting, Green Goddess is great on almost any green leaf or vegetable, but I especially like it on quarters of iceberg lettuce, cucumber cubes, tomatoes and bacon; a salad of romaine lettuce, tomatoes, red onion and walnuts or pecans; or on lightly steamed asparagus or artichokes.

    From Warehouse to Your House

  • Thick, creamy and slightly biting, Green Goddess is great on almost any green leaf or vegetable, but I especially like it on quarters of iceberg lettuce, cucumber cubes, tomatoes and bacon; a salad of romaine lettuce, tomatoes, red onion and walnuts or pecans; or on lightly steamed asparagus or artichokes.

    From Warehouse to Your House

  • Thick, creamy and slightly biting, Green Goddess is great on almost any green leaf or vegetable, but I especially like it on quarters of iceberg lettuce, cucumber cubes, tomatoes and bacon; a salad of romaine lettuce, tomatoes, red onion and walnuts or pecans; or on lightly steamed asparagus or artichokes.

    From Warehouse to Your House

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