- Archaic. (used as an exclamation expressing surprise or sudden strong feeling.)
- Obsolete. thanks.
Origin of gramercy
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Examples from the Web for gramercy
Another person regrets not saying hi to Harry at the Gramercy Hotel.The Cult of Blondie: Debbie Harry’s Very Special New York Picture Show
October 1, 2014
The Gramercy has prepared for the screening by keeping White Russians pre-mixed behind the bars.
At the Gramercy Theater, a woman dressed as Maude Lebowski looks fierce as Cover Me Badd, the musical opener, takes the stage.
There are seats in The Gramercy, but not nearly enough for the crowd.
Gramercy Cellars (Greg Harrington, winemaker) in Columbia Valley–-especially “Lagniappe” Syrah.Taste Off: Super Bowl State Wines From Colorado and Washington
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Gramercy cousin, but methinks that is a question I well might settle for myself.Standish of Standish
Jane G. Austin
They conned the nice gradations of tint in the spring foliage of Gramercy Park.Pipefuls
For the rest, if this mummery humbles Lord Warwick, gramercy!The Last Of The Barons, Complete
His house at Gramercy Park was the scene of a splendid hospitality.
The crayon-sketch never saw the daylight in Gramercy Square.Rutledge
Miriam Coles Harris
- many thanks
- an expression of surprise, wonder, etc
C13: from Old French grand merci great thanks
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Word Origin and History for gramercy
exclamation of thanks or surprise, c.1300, from Old French grant-merci "great thanks."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper