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a.1.Peculiar to Greece.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A Greekish salad with dukkah - the Egyptian nut and spice mix - was more of an assembly job put together from what looked like a bag of salad from the nearby Tesco Metro.
"Edward IF': With Related Texts (Indianapolis, IN: Ilackett Publishing, 2015); Mark Hutchings, "Marlowe's 'Greekish Stumpet'," Notes and Queries 62.1 (2015): 66-69; and Brian Vickers, "Marlowe in EdwardII: lander or Borrower?" Candido, The Text, The Play, 43-74.
Frighted with this confused noise, I rose, And looking from a turret might behold Young infants swimming in their parents' blood, Headless carcasses pil'd up in heaps, Virgins half-dead dragg'd by their golden hair And with main force flung on a ring of pikes, Old men with swords thrust through their aged sides, Kneeling for mercy to a Greekish lad, Who with steel pole-axes dash'd out their brains.