greenly greenly  /ˈɡrin li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) with green color

Usage(s):

  1. Hydrogen can thus be generated cheaply and greenly by electrolyzing water, using all that surplus geothermal and hydroelectricity.
  2. The damp Chilean glades were greenly upholstered with ferns and mosses almost exactly like those that grow in Australasia.
  3. When the mural is half submerged, the protoplasmic life painted on the floor will waver greenly and the figures along the walls will stand reflected upside down in the pool.

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  1. "It was very eventful," Frostad said after the race. "Hopefully, that will smarten her up a bit. She ran pretty greenly."
    on May 7, 2007 By: Mark Frostad Source: CBSSports.com

  2. "He raced greenly and closed with a rush," said Richard Migliore, who rode Eddington that day.
    on Mar 18, 2004 By: Richard Migliore Source: ESPN

  3. The mighty trees "don't merely imprint their fuzzy shape but actually worm their greenly way into the mind, giving some hope against the collective crow-croaking dryness", Murray Bail wrote in his novel Eucalyptus. "And if that's not enough,...
    on Nov 7, 2003 By: Murray Bail Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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