an exceptional aptitude for gardening or for growing plants successfully:
Houseplants provide much pleasure for the city dweller with a green thumb.
(US & Canadian) considerable talent or ability to grow plants Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) green fingers
A knack for growing plants and keeping them healthy: “All my houseplants are in sorry shape; it’s clear I don’t have a green thumb.”
A knack for making plants grow well, as in Just look at Louise’s plants—she really has a green thumb. This term presumably alludes to the stained fingers of an avid gardener. [ First half of 1900s ]
noun 1. a sea turtle, Chelonia mydas, common in tropical and subtropical seas, the flesh of which is used for turtle soup: now greatly reduced in number and endangered in some areas. noun 1. a mainly tropical edible turtle, Chelonia mydas, with greenish flesh used to prepare turtle soup: family Chelonidae
noun 1. a vegetable having green edible parts, as lettuce or broccoli.
noun 1. See under . [vur-di-ter] /ˈvɜr dɪ tər/ noun 1. either of two pigments, consisting usually of carbonate of copper prepared by grinding either azurite (blue verditer) or malachite (green verditer)
[green-vil] /ˈgrin vɪl/ noun 1. a city in NW South Carolina. 2. a city in W Mississippi, on the Mississippi River. 3. a city in E North Carolina. 4. a city in NE Texas. 5. a city in W Ohio.