Definition of Green snake

1. Noun. Any of numerous African colubrid snakes.

Generic synonyms: Colubrid, Colubrid Snake
Group relationships: Chlorophis, Genus Chlorophis



2. Noun. Either of two North American chiefly insectivorous snakes that are green in color.
Exact synonyms: Grass Snake
Generic synonyms: Colubrid, Colubrid Snake
Group relationships: Genus Opheodrys, Opheodrys
Specialized synonyms: Opheodrys Vernalis, Smooth Green Snake, Opheodrys Aestivus, Rough Green Snake

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Green Snake

green rooms
green rouge
green salad
green sand
green screen
green screens
green sea
green sea turtle
green sea turtles
green sickness
green slip
green slips
green smoothie
green smut
green smut fungus
green snake (current term)
green soap
green soap tincture
green soybean
green spleenwort
green spot
green spots
green sputum
green state
green sulfur bacteria
green tax
green taxes
green tea
green teas

Literary usage of Green snake

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Reptile Book: A Comprehensive, Popularised Work on the Structure and by Raymond Lee Ditmars (1907)
"These reptiles show arboreal habits and are mainly insectivorous. A description of the only North American species follows: THE KEELED-SCALED green snake; ..."

2. Sources of Ancient and Primitive Law by Albert Kocourek, John Henry Wigmore (1915)
"It dived down into the ground. the green snake went down close by, and the brown one in another spot. Three springs arose to mark the place where they ..."

3. Mount Omi and Beyond: A Record of Travel on the Thibetan Border by Archibald John Little (1901)
"... the Thieves' Rest—green snake—Wild Boars—Strings of Salt Porters—Exhausted by Heat—Thanks to a Taoist Mine—Ta Wei—Plucky Pony ! ..."

4. Evolution of Law: Select Readings on the Origin and Development of Legal by Albert Kocourek, John Henry Wigmore (1915)
"It dived down into the ground, the green snake went down close by, and the brown one in another spot. Three springs arose to mark the place where they ..."

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