from The Century Dictionary.
- noun See
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It should be carmelised brown and a slightly greeney wite in colour.
And the shadders was soft and thick and velvety and laid kind of brownish-greeney on the grass.
Spite of its making him a great greeney, Edward did not know what a prig was; but, judging from his companion's tone, he decided that it must be something very disagreeable.
He saw you were a greeney and got you to throw for him.
Yikes, a whole lot of collective greeney hate going on there.
g'day greeney Have you ever considered having one of your fights down here in Melbourne? because melbourne is the sporting capital of the world and there hasn't been a world title fight in melbourne before correct me of i'm wrong. good luck against the pole mate. cheers.
"Ho! you're a greeney, if you don't know what a prig is.