Gree (?), n. [F. gr'e. See Grateful, and cf. Agree.]

1.

Good will; favor; pleasure; satisfaction; -- used esp. in such phrases as: to take in gree; to accept in gree; that is, to take favorably.

[Obs.]

Chaucer.

Accept in gree, my lord, the words I spoke. Fairfax.

2.

Rank; degree; position.

[Obs. or Scot.]

Chaucer.

He is a shepherd great in gree. Spnser.

3.

The prize; the honor of the day; as, to bear the gree, i. e., to carry off the prize.

[Obs. or Scot.]

Chaucer.

 

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Gree, v. i. [From Agree.]

To agree.

[Obs.]

Fuller.

 

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Gree, n.; pl. Grees (gr&emac;z); obs. plurals Greece (gr&emac;s) Grice (gr?s or gr?s), Grise, Grize (gr?z or gr?z), etc. [OF. gr'e, F. grade. See Grade.]

A step.

 

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