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Meanings of Greasewood:

noun

A resinous dwarf shrub of the goosefoot family, which yields hard yellow wood used chiefly for fuel. it grows in dry areas of the western us and is toxic to stock if eaten in large quantities.

Usage examples:

Alkaline flat trees are absent in the salty flats that surround the lake, but two shrubs, greasewoo…

Greasier

ˈɡriː.si

Meanings of Greasier:

adjective

Covered with, resembling, or produced by grease or oil.

Usage examples:

He wiped his greasy fingers

Greasiest

ˈɡriː.si

Meanings of Greasiest:

adjective

Covered with, resembling, or produced by grease or oil.

Usage examples:

He wiped his greasy fingers

Meanings of Greasily:

adverb

Covered with or containing a lot of fat or oil

Usage examples:

Her hair straggled greasily, and her face was pale., their diet was terribly, greasily, disgustingl…

Meanings of Greasiness:

noun

The quality or state of being full of grease (= any thick oil-like substance)

Usage examples:

There were three pancakes, and each was fried to perfection, with not a hint of greasiness., hair b…

Greasing

ɡriːs

Meanings of Greasing:

verb

Smear or lubricate with grease.

Usage examples:

Grease a shallow baking dish
noun

A thick oily substance, especially as used as a lubricant.

Usage examples:

Axle grease

Greasy

ˈɡriː.si

Meanings of Greasy:

adjective

Covered with, resembling, or produced by grease or oil.

Usage examples:

He wiped his greasy fingers

Meanings of Greasy-spoon:

noun

A cheap, run-down cafe or restaurant serving fried foods.

Usage examples:

The brunch she cooked was little better than he could get at a greasy spoon or fast food restaurant.

Great

ɡreɪt

Meanings of Great:

adjective

Of an extent, amount, or intensity considerably above average.

Usage examples:

The article was of great interest
noun

An important or distinguished person.

Usage examples:

The beatles, bob dylan, all the greats
adverb

Another term for literae humaniores.

A person who has achieved distinction in some field

Meanings of Great-hearted:

adjective

Having or showing very good characteristics, especially having or showing a lot of kindness or courage

Usage examples:

Hundreds of great-hearted customers had gathered in support of an honourable cause., this was a gre…

Meanings of Great-man:

idiom

Said to emphasize that men's success often depends on the work and support of their wives

Meanings of Great-one:

idiom

To enjoy or do something a lot

Usage examples:

He's a great one for getting other people to do his work for him!

Meanings of Great-woman:

idiom

Said to emphasize that men's success often depends on the work and support of their wives

Greatcoat

ˈɡreɪtkəʊt

Meanings of Greatcoat:

noun

A long heavy overcoat.

Usage examples:

Mutti motioned anxiously to sophie, who bustled towards us with a pair of heavy greatcoats.

Meanings of Greatcoated:

adjective

Wearing a greatcoat.

Greatcoats

ˈɡreɪt.kəʊt

Meanings of Greatcoats:

noun

A long heavy overcoat.

Usage examples:

Mutti motioned anxiously to sophie, who bustled towards us with a pair of heavy greatcoats.

Meanings of Greaten:

verb

To raise to a higher degree of value or excellence; to elevate or ennoble (the mind). also †without object with object understood.

Meanings of Greatens:

verb

To raise to a higher degree of value or excellence; to elevate or ennoble (the mind). also †without object with object understood.

Greater

ˈɡreɪ.tər

Meanings of Greater:

adjective

Of an extent, amount, or intensity considerably above average.

Usage examples:

The article was of great interest
noun

An important or distinguished person.

Usage examples:

The beatles, bob dylan, all the greats
adverb

Very well; excellently.

Usage examples:

We played awful, they played great

Meanings of Greater-than:

adverb

Having a larger number or amount than

Greatest

ɡreɪt

Meanings of Greatest:

adjective

Of an extent, amount, or intensity considerably above average.

Usage examples:

The article was of great interest
noun

An important or distinguished person.

Usage examples:

The beatles, bob dylan, all the greats
adverb

Very well; excellently.

Usage examples:

We played awful, they played great

Meanings of Greathearted:

adjective

Having or showing very good characteristics, especially having or showing a lot of kindess or courage

Usage examples:

Hundreds of great-hearted customers had gathered in support of an honourable cause., this was a gre…

Meanings of Greatish:

adjective

Great or large to some degree.

Greatly

ˈɡreɪt.li

Meanings of Greatly:

adverb

By a considerable amount; very much.

Usage examples:

I admire him greatly

Meanings of Greatness:

noun

The quality of being great; eminence or distinction.

Usage examples:

Elgar's greatness as a composer

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