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  • adv. In a greenish manner.


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  • Each week delivered seamlessly and greenishly to your inbox comes an easy-to-read and comprehend set of tips -- and just when you need them.

    George Spyros: 'The Parent Review' Free Newsletter In Sync With Baby's Timeline

  • I'm greenishly jealous that you've gotten your mits on Zoe's Tale, here.

    "Zoe's Tale" by John Scalzi

  • The face, unmoved, with eyebrows still raised and lids still lowered, was greenishly pale, like that of a man whose heart is affected; a faint smile struggled on the lips.

    Swan Song

  • After the glass eyes in the bronze door had scanned me, it swung aside and I stepped into a long chamber, greenishly lighted, handsomely but sparsely furnished except for the scientific apparatus.

    Operation Luna

  • Its-no, his; it might have been a "neuter" but there was a distinctly masculine feeling to him-his eyes caught the moonlight and reflected greenishly.

    The Oathbound

  • The greenishly glinting dust drift that I'd judged she was avoiding swung closer ahead.

    The Night of the Long Knives

  • But the heptagons could not absorb nor radiate indefinitely those torrents of energy, and soon one greenishly incandescent screen went down.

    Spacehounds of IPC

  • Old Jimmie, turned greenishly pale, shrank away from Barney, his every expression proclaiming his guilt.

    Children of the Whirlwind

  • She looked at her wrist-watch; like his, it had luminous hands: 'Half-past ten' was greenishly imprinted there.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works


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