Definition of Greenstuffs
1. greenstuff [n] - See also: greenstuff
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greenstuffs
Literary usage of Greenstuffs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Dietetics, what to Eat and how: A Guide to Scientific Feeding in by John Harvey Kellogg (1921)
"... drying may be found an excellent means of preserving such greenstuffs as spinach, dock and other greenstuffs which possess a high value as foodstuffs, ..."
2. White Conquest by William Hepworth Dixon (1876)
"Amid the din and squalor of that mart of fish and flesh, of fruit and greenstuffs, he 'moves about, himself unmoved, neither bold like a Yankee, ..."
3. The Socialists and the War: A Documentary Statement of the Position of the by William English Walling (1915)
"Immediate planting of waste land with rapidly- growing edible greenstuffs and vegetables. Organization of cattle -and dairy production. ..."
4. Out and about London by Thomas Burke (1919)
"... sometimes fish, greenstuffs, and cocoa. This, of course, in peacetime ; the menu has no doubt suffered variations in these latter days. ..."
5. The Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society by Manchester Geographical Society (1906)
"... wines, and preserves : Belgium sends glass and iron ware; Japan sends wheat and rice : Corea cattle and greenstuffs : and China tea and silk. ..."
6. Out and about: A Note-book of London in War-time by Thomas Burke (1919)
"... not with skilly or stew, with its hunk of bread and a pewter platter, but with meat and plum-duff, sometimes fish, greenstuffs, and cocoa. ..."