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- n. The state or quality of being green.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being green; viridity; verdancy.
- n. Freshness; vigor; newness.
- n. Immaturity; unripeness; ; inexperience.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being green in color; verdantness; also, verdure.
- n. The state of being green, in any of the derived senses.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state of not being ripe
- n. the lush appearance of flourishing vegetation
- n. green color or pigment; resembling the color of growing grass
Obama's "greenness," is for the environment, it's about his inexperience and incompetence.
So that's it for now - here's to the life-giving rain & the scent of wet earth & the way that the greenness is intensified by the rain until it nearly glows ...
The village and its fields were enclosed by barbed wire which separated their greenness from the bleakness of the enmity all around.
If an army encamp upon green fields, their greenness is soon gone.
The drive was long and hot, but beautiful with all the greenness from the rain we’ve had.
It's an erosion of the very concept of greenness, which is coming to be defined in a way that rewards activism at best, and consumerism at worst.
Not a hint of greenness, which is just what I want from my fig scent...
The functionalism accounts for the visualness and perhaps other broadly-speaking-phenomenal properties of the experience, which is important, but locating the greenness was the crucial work.
Their bloom; calling the greenness of the trees and the blossoming of the fruit by the name of [Greek omitted].
The greenness was a face, and the face was abnormal.