noun Chiefly Scot.
Origin of grice
Definition for grice (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for grice
"I know it looks pretty bad, Mr. Grice," she admitted, almost humbly.
When he came to the farm Mr. Grice was resolved to take nothing less than the whole sum that he had with him.The Stokesley Secret|Charlotte M. Yonge
Grice carved himself some more cold beef, and as he seemed to be considering her proposal, Jeckie resumed her arguments.
Here all was dark, but Grice had keys with him and led the way.An Annapolis First Classman|Lt.Com Edward L. Beach
I'll see to every penny that comes in and goes out; and you mark my words, Mr. Grice, I can make that farm pay!