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green stuff

Paper money, especially in large amounts. Boy, I bet you had to lay down some serious green stuff for that new sports car, huh? How much green stuff is this repair job gonna cost me? Now, don't go shelling out all your green stuff at once just because you've gotten your first paycheck.
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green stuff

Fig. money; U.S. paper money. I've run out of green stuff. Can you loan me a few bucks?
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green stuff

verb
See green
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Anne, sitting on the stone step with her lap full of a pale, filmy, green stuff, looked up rather blankly.
Old Nanny had grown all of a sudden a young and pretty maiden; but her robe was still the same green stuff with white flowers, which she had worn before.
He also admired another that came in composed of fair young maidens, none of whom seemed to be under fourteen or over eighteen years of age, all clad in green stuff, with their locks partly braided, partly flowing loose, but all of such bright gold as to vie with the sunbeams, and over them they wore garlands of jessamine, roses, amaranth, and honeysuckle.
Dinah Shadd had planted peas about and about, and nature had spread all manner of green stuff round the place.
There, in front of their respective pavilions, flew the martlets of Audley, the roses of Loring, the scarlet bars of Wake, the lion of the Percies and the silver wings of the Beauchamps, each supported by a squire clad in hanging green stuff to represent so many Tritons, and bearing a huge conch-shell in their left hands.
Will not your mind misgive you when you find yourself in this gloomy chamber -- too lofty and extensive for you, with only the feeble rays of a single lamp to take in its size -- its walls hung with tapestry exhibiting figures as large as life, and the bed, of dark green stuff or purple velvet, presenting even a funereal appearance?
George suggested meat and fruit pies, cold meat, tomatoes, fruit, and green stuff. For drink, we took some wonderful sticky concoction of Harris's, which you mixed with water and called lemonade, plenty of tea, and a bottle of whisky, in case, as George said, we got upset.
The footman occasionally lounging at the area railing, treated him with respect; the cook took her green stuff at his house and called him Mr.
"I moved the wax flowers off the mantelpiece so they wouldn't melt, and put the shells, the coral, and the green stuffed bird on top of the what-not, so the children wouldn't ask to play with them.
Contesting his 108th match at the All England Club, the eight-times champion had been expected to ease to his 96th win at the grasscourt major considering he was facing an opponent who had yet to win a match on the green stuff.
Just pass me the bottle of Polish vodka my son-in-law got me, will you, the green stuff with the bison grass in it?
Hoping to see a beautiful lake, Herrera said he was surprised "about the green stuff."
BROCCOLI THERE'S nothing wrong with the green stuff, it's still really good for you, but the heatwave has caused a shortage of broccoli, lettuce and watercress which could push prices up by 25%.
th the ones BRO THE with rea hea sho lett wh up co sc BROCCOLI THERE'S nothing wrong the green stuff, it's still really good for you, but the heatwave has caused a shortage of broccoli, lettuce and watercress which could push prices by 25%.