superiority, mastery, or victory.
the prize for victory.
Obsolete. a step.
Other definitions for gree (2 of 3)
satisfaction, as for an injury.
Other definitions for gree (3 of 3)
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How to use gree in a sentence
The tricks o' knaves, or fash o' fools,Thou bear'st the gree!The Book of Humorous Verse | Various
You may've noticed 't I'm jush trifle—er, well, some people ud shay zhrunk, Toffski—rude 'n' dish'gree'ble people dshay zhrunk.Tin-Types Taken in the Streets of New York | Lemuel Ely Quigg
And they arena that bad at girdles for carcakes neither, though the Cu'ross hammermen have the gree for that.The Heart of Mid-Lothian, Volume 2, Illustrated | Sir Walter Scott
I never thought that things good to eat could be so dis'gree'ble.The Emerald City of Oz | L. Frank Baum
The gree was born awa frae them by a perfect stranger, kenned neither to them nor to me.Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Vol. XX | Alexander Leighton
British Dictionary definitions for gree (1 of 3)
superiority or victory
the prize for a victory
British Dictionary definitions for gree (2 of 3)
satisfaction for an insult or injury
British Dictionary definitions for gree (3 of 3)
archaic, or dialect to come or cause to come to agreement or harmony
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