Definition of Greenbackers

1. Noun. (plural of Greenbacker) ¹



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Definition of Greenbackers

1. greenbacker [n] - See also: greenbacker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greenbackers

green turtle soup
green turtles
green vision
green vitriol
green water
green wave
green waves
green wax
green with envy
green woodpecker
green woodpeckers
greenalite
greenalites
greenback
greenbacker
greenbackers (current term)
greenbackism
greenbackisms
greenbacks
greenbelt
greenbelts
greenbodies
greenbody
greenbone
greenbones
greenbottle
greenbottle fly
greenbottles
greenbrier
greenbriers

Literary usage of Greenbackers

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1. Third Party Movements Since the Civil War, with a Special Reference to Iowa by Frederick Emory Haynes, State Historical Society of Iowa (1916)
"Wendell Phillips was the candidate for Governor in Massachusetts, and the remainder of the ticket was a joint one for greenbackers and Labor Reformers.288 ..."

2. A Political History of the State of New York by De Alva Standwood Alexander (1909)
"CHAPTER XXX greenbackers SERVE REPUBLICANS 1878 WHILE Democrats rejoiced over their victory in 1877, a new combination, the elements of which had attracted ..."

3. List of References on the History of the West by Frederick Jackson Turner, Frederick Merk (1922)
"GRANGERS AND greenbackers TO 1880 General Reading Guide, §§ 250, 252; cf. 243, 246. SJ Buck, Granger Movement; and Agrarian Crusade, chs. ..."

4. Our Money Wars: The Example and Warning of American Finance by Samuel Leavitt (1894)
"greenbackers ORGANIZED.—On December 1, 1875, the Greenback party was first formally organized in Farwell Hall, Chicago. Strong Greenback and Anti-Monopoly ..."

5. Who's who in Pennsylvania: A Biographical Dictionary of Contemporaries by John William Leonard (1904)
"Was nominated by ihe greenbackers for State Treasurer of Pennsylvania, ... Was candidate for Mayor of Philadelphia, supported by the greenbackers. ..."

6. American Politics (non-partisan) from the Beginning to Date: Embodying a by Thomas Valentine Cooper (1892)
"The 'greenbackers had the year before formed a close alliance with the Democrats, and in the State election made the result so close that for many weeks it ..."

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