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greenstuff

/ˈɡriːnˌstʌf/
noun
1.
green vegetables, such as cabbage or lettuce
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  • He dug and planted his own garden, and grew enough potatoes and greenstuff to serve his little family the year round.

    The Argosy Various
  • Grazing animals are looking for greenstuff, and do not wish to eat living creatures which may bite or sting or taste nasty.

    The Making of Species Douglas Dewar
  • At home we ate the greenstuff with a spoon, here one did it with a fork.

    The Forest Farm Peter Rosegger
  • A young couple, an old couple, and half a dozen market baskets overflowing with greenstuff, shared the interior with us.

    The Fortunate Isles Mary Stuart Boyd

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