from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The quality of being green, especially with growing plants; greenness; verdure.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare The state or quality of being green; verdure.
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- noun The state or quality of being
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Neatness and greenth are so essential in my opinion to the country, that in France, where I see nothing but chalk and dirty peasants, I seem in a terrestrial purgatory that is neither town or country.
She was like a Sun shedding sheen in sky serene, or a full moon at the fullest seen, with brow flower - bright and eyes black and white and beauty-spots fresh as greenth to the sight; brief she was as one of whom the poet saith,
An fount of life thou drain in greenth of rose, * While drink I tear drops for my sole desert?
Imagine a rambling, patchy house, the best part built of gray stone, and red-tiled, a round tower jutting at one of the corners, the mellow darkness of its conical roof surmounted by a weather-cock making an agreeable object either amidst the gleams and greenth of summer or the low-hanging clouds and snowy branches of winter: the ground shady with spreading trees: a great tree flourishing on one side, backward some
I have long been mortified that for these three years you have seen it only in winter: it is now in the height of its greenth, blueth, gloomth, honey-suckle and seringahood.
I will not, however, tell you, that I am Content with your being there, till you have seen it in all its greenth and blueth.
Neatness and greenth are so essential in my opinion to the country, that in France, where I see nothing but chalk and dirty peasants, I seem in a terrestrial purgatory that is neither town nor country.
The greenth used to take my breath away back when I was living there and flying back and forth from Australia every now and then.
I tired myself with walking on Friday: the gout came on Saturday in my foot; yesterday I kept my bed till four o'clock, and my room all day-but, with wrapping myself all over with bootikins, have scarce had any pain-my foot swelled immediately, and today I am descended into the blueth and greenth: (76) and though you expect to find that I am paving the way to an excuse, I think I shall be able to be with you on