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Green

Antonyms for green:

old, sophisticated, skeptical, achromatic, experienced, suspicious, mature, well, expert, skillful, adult, skilled, Suspecting.

Synonyms for green:

Sense 1

haggard, tenpin bowling, moorland, savannah, village green, lettuce, meadow, boules, candied, tree hugger, conservationist, color, ashen, pepper, the World Wide Fund for Nature, turtle, grassland, lea, mazuma, tussock, rank, moola, tree-lined, gelt, veldt, cabbage, Friends of the Earth, preservationist, sun-dried, drawn, sour, environmentalist, the Sierra Club, forested, uninitiate, greenpeace, heath, seedless, weedy, bowling, unseasoned, bowls, wooded, sward, leafy, grass, ripe, tenpin, pampas, glace, lawn bowling, long green, lawn, prairie, the Green Party, the steppes.

Sense 2

foe, currency, overgrown, mealy, uninitiated, wan, wampum, moor, pale, dough, pallid, reedy, unversed, unpracticed, pitted, stoned, coniferous, scrubby, lucre, bowler, washed-out, ecologist, conservancy, the WWF.

Sense 3

untried, unworldly, woody, seasonal, peaked, cash, inexpert.

Sense 4

infant, money, brass.

Sense 5

fruit, gray, bowl.

Sense 6

jack, bread, white, turf, weak, raw.

Sense 10

pin.

Sense 13

field.

Sense 15

strike.

Sense 25

down.

boorish

rude.

clod

sod.

foliated

leaf.

herbaceous

herbal.

inedible

indigestible.

inexperienced

innocent.

light-green

Light Green.

links

golf course.

lush

luxuriant.

naive

naive, trusting.

patio

terrace.

uncivilized

primitive.

untrained

ignorant.

awkward (adjective)

rude.

callow (adjective)

inexperienced, untried.

childish (adjective)

adolescent.

credulous (adjective)

trusting, simple, unwary, unsuspecting, unsuspicious, uncritical.

environmental (adjective)

ecological.

green (adjective)

absinthe, mossy, juvenile, callow, apple green, ecological, unseasoned, leafy, ingenuous, turquoise, new, innocent, unsophisticated, naive, immature, verdant, lime, infant, patina, kelly green, verdigris, aquamarine, youthful, olive, verdure, unversed, puerile, unpracticed, lush, inexpert, grass, ignorant, pea green, beryl green, unfledged, fresh, jade, emerald, chartreuse, unripe, grassy, gullible, raw, leaf green, young.

inedible (adjective)

indigestible.

innocent (adjective)

dewy-eyed.

juvenile (adjective)

junior, pubescent.

leafy (adjective)

wooded.

unskillful (adjective)

awkward.

untried (adjective)

untried.

young (adjective)

fresh, junior, pubescent, unripe, callow, childish, young, adolescent, puerile, girlish, child-like, immature, teenage, blooming, inexperienced, juvenile, boyish, youthful.

Sense 3 (noun)

pallid, pale, wan, uninitiated, untried, peaked.

Sense 4 (noun)

drawn, ashen, washed-out, haggard.

Sense 5 (noun)

currency, bread, cabbage, brass, mazuma, wampum, gelt, lettuce, cash, jack, dough, scratch, long green, moola, lucre, money.

Sense 6 (noun)

change, coin.

Sense 8 (noun)

bowling, bowler, bowl, bowls, pin, strike, boules, lawn bowling.

Sense 10 (noun)

overripe, pitted, seasonal, mealy, glace, candied, fruit.

Sense 11 (noun)

forested, coniferous, woody, scrubby, wooded, lush.

Sense 12 (noun)

ecologist, conservationist, conservancy, environmentalist, greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, the Green Party, foe.

Sense 13 (noun)

meadow, moor, moorland, lea, heath, field, grassland.

attribute (noun)

greenness, viridity.

conservationist (noun)

preservationist, tree hugger, environmentalist.

golf links (noun)

golf course.

green (noun)

green river, greenish, jealous, Light Green, viridity, envious, fleeceable, immature, common, ill, naive, leafy vegetable, lawn, chromatic, greenness, sick, putting green, unaged, desirous, naif, dark-green, park, commons, greens, turf, gullible, sward, William Green, unripe, terrace, field, covetous, unripened.

greenness (noun)

greenery, verdancy.

inexperienced (noun)

raw.

park (noun)

parkland, village green.

person (noun)

William Green.

Usage examples for green:

  • They were at the end of the Green Park. - "The Captives", Hugh Walpole.
  • But there couldn't be any more green monsters around. - "Know Thy Neighbor", Elisabeth R. Lewis.
  • I can't eat green rocks, you know, and you shouldn't. - "Rainbow Hill", Josephine Lawrence.

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