Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A whip made of untanned hide; a rawhide.

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Examples

  • "Major" and "Captin" were free to draw up chairs -- seated with greenhide with the hair left on, and very comfortable -- and smoke their pipes.

    Back to Billabong

  • And fourteen foot of greenhide whip to chop the flaming fur

    A Thousand Mile Away

  • He was booted and spurred, and carried a short, heavy whip of plaited greenhide.

    Tom Gerrard

  • Most of 'em were digging, winding up greenhide buckets filled with gravel from shafts, which were sunk so thickly all over the place that you could not pass between without jostling some one.

    Robbery under Arms; a story of life and adventure in the bush and in the Australian goldfields

  • Most of ’em were digging, winding up greenhide buckets filled with gravel from shafts, which were sunk so thickly all over the place that you could not pass between without jostling some one.

    Robbery Under Arms

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