from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Greenness; greenth.


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  • Two cups may seem like a lot, but it cooks down to nothing and gives good greenage.

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  • Last evening I noticed this year's blooms tuck amidst the billowing greenage of my Tulip Tree Liriodendron and I thought of you dear readers.

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  • I had to dig through to find the oyster and the bottom, and they weren't exactly meaty which might explain all the greenage on my plate.

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  • Lots of greenage and like a big gully like the gentleman was saying from "The Globe and Mail."

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  • Sample Mania: If you'd like to sample the overwhelming greenage that is Lise Watier's Folies Neiges, I'll have Lily cat draw 6 names from the comments section to receive a foil-sealed sample.

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  • Two years ago it a cinnamon-greenage plum jam that was superb and spicy.

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  • The only substance you have maybe the greenage in your pocket.

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  • The only other options for greenage here are spinach, bok choy, and a variety of smaller Korean herbs and plants that I am not sure how to prepare.

  • They do this by comparing how often these shrews twitter in different "substrate densities" (fancy talk for how dense the greenage is, or in this case, how thick is the hay in the cage), as well as under the influences of different smells (heavy hay smell or lighter hay smells - all of this culminating in the following statement:

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