noun, plural gris-gris [gree-greez]. /ˈgri griz/.
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It is true that Saint Francis was ceint by a hempen girdle, and, moreover, was clad in a habit of gris.
The question has frequently been asked who was intended by the cognomen Saint Gris?
Monsieur Vidocq calls a horse gres—this again is a gipsy word—gras, gre, graste, and gris.Carmen|Prosper Merimee
Mais le ciel gris est plein de tristesse clineinffablement douce aux curs chargs d'ennuis.Instigations|Ezra Pound
He said to Noll casually, one day: "The 'gris will make this a fat cruise, sir."The Sea Bride|Ben Ames Williams