Definition of Green goods
1. Noun. Fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market.
Generic synonyms: Food, Solid Food
Specialized synonyms: Edible Fruit, Veg, Vegetable, Veggie, Eater
Derivative terms: Produce
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Literary usage of Green goods
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Story of Our Post Office: The Greatest Government Department in All Its Phases by Marshall Henry Cushing (1892)
"I found that the stationer whose parlor was occupied by the green goods ... The green goods man was very smart and kept dodging from one place to another. ..."
2. The Sunny Side of the Street by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1905)
"A Great Publisher "Approached " by green goods Men.—Henry Watterson.— Opie Eeid.—Quimby of the Free Press.—Laurence Hut- ton, Edwin Booth and I in Danger ..."
3. The New Standard American Business Guide: A Complete Compendium of how to Do by E. T. Roe (1911)
"THE "green goods" SWINDLE This is a scheme in which the swindlers act upon ... The- "green goods" are referred to in such a manner as to make certain that ..."
4. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne (1874)
"4, in which green goods are stacked, are partly opened, the damper M' in main ... 4, thence through and amongst the green goods, and finally escapes by the ..."
5. Gallegher: And Other Stories by Richard Harding Davis (1891)
"green goods is the technical name for counterfeit bills, and the green-goods men send out circulars to countrymen all over the United States, ..."
6. The Monthly Magazine by Richard Phillips (1800)
"vats tliat contain tiie green goods f for as fet of leaks, and that the vats in which are tlie liquor in the confié oí' being worked the forward goods may ..."
7. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Charles Godfrey Leland (1889)
""What's in the green bag?" 1.e., what is the charge to be preferred against me ? green goods operators (American), the counterfeiters of greenbacks. ..."