Gris

[grees]
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Examples from the Web for gris

Historical Examples of gris

  • He said to Noll casually, one day: "The 'gris will make this a fat cruise, sir."

    The Sea Bride

    Ben Ames Williams

  • She had given Brander the chance to reassure her, speaking of the 'gris and of Dan'l Tobey's suspicions in the matter.

    The Sea Bride

    Ben Ames Williams

  • "And the 'gris, stowed below us here, will make it a fine fat cruise for old Jonathan Felt when we come home," he chuckled.

    The Sea Bride

    Ben Ames Williams

  • Monsieur Vidocq calls a horse gres—this again is a gipsy word—gras, gre, graste, and gris.

    Carmen

    Prosper Merimee

  • Gristle, gris′l, n. a soft elastic substance in animal bodies—also called Cartilage.


British Dictionary definitions for gris

Gris

noun
  1. Juan (xwan). 1887–1927, Spanish cubist painter, resident in France from 1906
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