Definition of Green-ink brigade

1. Noun. A collective term for people who write letters (to politicians, newspaper editors, etc.) expressing eccentric views often characterized by prolixity, capital letters and underlining, sometimes written in long hand and not necessarily in green ink. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Green-ink Brigade

greeked
greekess
greeking
greekings
green
green-backed firecrown
green-bed
green-blind
green-blindness
green-broom
green-collar
green-diesel
green-eyed
green-eyed monster
green-fingered
green-ink brigade (current term)
green-ink letter
green-leek
green-light
green-stall
green-stalls
green-tailed towhee
green-to-green
green-veined white
green-veined whites
green-winged
green-winged teal
green-woodpecker
green 'un
green June beetle

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