glass of low quality, colored green by impurities in the materials from which it is made.
glass in its natural colour, usually greenish as a result of metallic substances in the raw materials
noun, Zoology. 1. one of the pair of excretory organs in each side of the head region of decapod crustaceans, emptying at the base of the antennae. noun 1. one of a pair of excretory organs in some crustaceans that open at the base of each antenna
noun 1. a plant, Frasera speciosa, of the gentian family, native to the northwestern U.S., having open clusters of purple-spotted, greenish-white flowers that blend in with its leaves.
[green-strip] /ˈgrinˌstrɪp/ noun 1. any vegetation that does not burn easily, left uncut or planted along a roadway or waterway, usually to prevent wildfires.
/ˈɡriːnˌstʌf/ noun 1. green vegetables, such as cabbage or lettuce