Henrietta Howland Robinson (“Hetty”) 1835–1916, U.S. financier.
Henry (Henry Vincent Yorke) 1905–73, English novelist.
John Richard, 1837–83, English historian.
Julian, 1900–1998, French writer, born in U.S.
Paul Eliot, 1894–1981, U.S. playwright, novelist, and teacher.
William, 1873–1952, U.S. labor leader: president of the A.F.L. 1924–52.
a river flowing S from W Wyoming to join the Colorado River in SE Utah. 730 miles (1175 km) long.
any of a group of colours, such as that of fresh grass, that lie between yellow and blue in the visible spectrum in the wavelength range 575–500 nanometres. Green is the complementary colour of magenta and with red and blue forms a set of primary colours related adjective verdant
a dye or pigment of or producing these colours
something of the colour green
a small area of grassland, esp in the centre of a village
an area of ground used for a purpose: a putting green
the edible leaves and stems of certain plants, eaten as a vegetable
freshly cut branches of ornamental trees, shrubs, etc, used as a decoration
(sometimes capital) a person, esp a politician, who supports environmentalist issues (see sense 13)
(slang) marijuana of low quality
(pl) (slang) sexual intercourse
of the colour green
greenish in colour or having parts or marks that are greenish: a green monkey
(sometimes capital) concerned with or relating to conservation of the world’s natural resources and improvement of the environment: green policies, the green consumer
vigorous; not faded: a green old age
envious or jealous
immature, unsophisticated, or gullible
characterized by foliage or green plants: a green wood, a green salad
fresh, raw, or unripe: green bananas
unhealthily pale in appearance: he was green after his boat trip
denoting a unit of account that is adjusted in accordance with fluctuations between the currencies of the EU nations and is used to make payments to agricultural producers within the EU: green pound
(of pottery) not fired
(of meat) not smoked or cured; unprocessed: green bacon
(metallurgy) (of a product, such as a sand mould or cermet) compacted but not yet fired; ready for firing
(of timber) freshly felled; not dried or seasoned
(of concrete) not having matured to design strength
to make or become green
Henry, real name Henry Vincent Yorke. 1905–73, British novelist: author of Living (1929), Loving (1945), and Back (1946)
John Richard. 1837–83, British historian; author of A Short History of the English People (1874)
T(homas) H(ill). 1836–82, British idealist philosopher. His chief work, Prolegomena to Ethics, was unfinished at his death
green about the gills
green light, the
green with envy
- William russell grace
William Russell, 1832–1904, U.S. financier and shipping magnate, born in Ireland: mayor of New York City 1880–88. a female given name. noun elegance and beauty of movement, form, expression, or proportion a pleasing or charming quality goodwill or favour the granting of a favour or the manifestation of goodwill, esp by a superior a sense […]
William, 1897–1977, U.S. painter. Historical Examples Gladiator Philip Wylie
William Draper, 1873–1951, U.S. chemist. Contemporary Examples JFK’s Secret White House Recordings Unveiled Ted Widmer September 24, 2012 Historical Examples The Lash Olin L. Lyman The Cross-Cut Courtney Ryley Cooper The Lash Olin L. Lyman Blue Ridge Country Jean Thomas The Dare Boys with General Greene Stephen Angus Cox The Dare Boys with General Greene […]
Alexander, 1757–1804, American statesman and writer on government: the first Secretary of the Treasury 1789–97; mortally wounded by Aaron Burr in a duel. Alice, 1869–1970, U.S. physician, educator, and toxicologist. Edith, 1867–1963, U.S. classical scholar and writer. Lady Emma (Amy or Emily, Lyon) 1765?–1815, mistress of Viscount Nelson. Sir Ian Standish Monteith [mon-teeth] /ˈmɒn tiθ/ […]