noun Chiefly Scot.
a pig, especially a young or suckling pig.
Origin of grice
1175–1225; Middle English gris < Old Norse grīss pig
H(erbert) Paul,1913–88, English philosopher.
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Examples from the Web for grice
Historical Examples of grice
"I'm more surprised than before, Mr. Grice," said Palethorpe.
I'll lay four or five hundred 'ud clear it all off, Mr. Grice.
I telled you yer were wrong, Grice, when you turned yon lass off!
You've had a bit o' experience on't o' late, Mr. Grice, what?
"Aye, it's as dead certain as that I'm sitting here, Mrs. Grice," she said.
British Dictionary definitions for grice
(intr) (of a railway enthusiast) to collect objects or visit places connected with trains and railways
Derived Formsgricer, noungricing, noun
an object collected or place visited by a railway enthusiast
Word Origin for grice
C20: origin obscure
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