Definition of Green market
1. Noun. An open-air marketplace for farm products.
Generic synonyms: Market Square, Open-air Market, Open-air Marketplace
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Green Market
Literary usage of Green market
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Beyond Polarization: Emerging Strategies for Reconciling Community and the by Kirk Johnson (1993)
"Target the "green market" to Create Economic Incentives for Sustainable Development Michael Colby, an ecosystem planner, discusses the concept of green ..."
2. Smart Architecture by Ed van Hinte (2003)
"green market inversion of the space around and at the market by street- sellers. To capture the character and effects of these dynamic systems in the city, ..."
3. Picture of Edinburgh: Containing a Description of the City and Its Environs by John Stark (1825)
"The fruit-market, formerly in the centre of the city, and consisting of stalls disposed around the Tron Church, is now removed, along with the Green-market, ..."
4. The Artichoke Trail: A Guide to Vegetarian Restaurants, Organic Food Stores by James Bernard Frost (2000)
"15th St. W. Bradenton, FL -& 941-748-5862 October-April, Saturday Sam-noon Breakfast in Boynton and green market E. Ocean Ave. at Civic Center Park Boynton ..."
5. The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement by J C Loudon (1827)
"Green-Market, Edinburgh, April 14.— The public green-market is now beginning to have an attractive appearance. A number of aromatic plants and spring ..."
6. The Gardener's Magazine, and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement by John Claudius Loudon (1827)
"Green-Market, Edinburgh, April 14. — The public green-market is now beginning to have an attractive appearance. A number of aromatic plants and spring ..."
7. The Risings of the Luddites, Chartists & Plugdrawers by Frank Peel (1888)
"Peddie marched impatiently about the green market armed ready for the fray, and wondering much, no doubt, ..."