Definition of greeny in English:

greeny

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Pronunciation: /ˈgriːni
 
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adjective

[often in combination]
Slightly green: the greeny-brown surface of the stone
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  • Lots of dark, ripe fruit on the nose with cedar wood and a slight greeny leafiness.
  • Ancona judges are looking for - among other things - white tips to all feathers, yellow legs with mottling, iridescent greeny / black colouring, a good red comb on the head with around five spikes and white ear lobes.
  • Although perhaps best known as the former HQ of London's horrific Capital Radio, the building's greeny glass sub-Miesian facade also allegedly once concealed M15's telephone network.

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