Who could be a better observer than the greengrocer by the mosque or the hospital night watchman?
In those days you bought them cooked at the charcuterie for the same price that you got them raw at the greengrocer's.
Do you talk about your sister to the butcher and the greengrocer, too?
It is easier to ruin a kingdom and aggrandise one's own pride and prejudices than to set up a greengrocer's stall.
She knew him well, this Isidore, the son of Virginie the greengrocer.
The parrot at the greengrocer's was a vulgar bird, and not by any means admissible in Lincolnshire.
The particulars were repeated, whereupon the sick-room shook with, 'greengrocer?'
She being on foot and he on wheels, it was natural that he should offer her a lift in his cart—it was a greengrocer's cart.
"Wait and see which side he sits down upon," said the greengrocer.
Stopping at a greengrocer's in the town, he bought two ripe pears, at three halfpence each.