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  • n. Plural form of greengrocery.


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  • Mr. Raggles himself had to supply the greengroceries.

    Vanity Fair

  • The high street's Asian greengroceries were all trading busily, with families out shopping in the warm weather and plenty of children on school holidays darting about.

    The Guardian World News

  • He's never worked in the City, he's not registered with the FSA, and he's about as much of a "trader" as the bloke selling greengroceries in my local farmers' market.

    The Guardian World News

  • They toil in the basements of Korean-American-owned greengroceries in New York City.


  • Are British universities now, as Terry Eagleton believes, no more than "intellectual Tescos, churning out a commodity known as graduates rather than greengroceries"?

    Window Into Palestine

  • Apples are well known to be among the most easily hybridised of fruits, explaining the many varieties in the world's greengroceries.

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