gree definition

  • noun:
    • Scots Superiority; mastery.
    • among a flight of measures.
    • A stage in a procedure; a diploma of rank or place.
    • Pre-eminence; triumph or superiority in combat (therefore in addition, the prize for winning a combat).
    • a qualification.
    • Pleasure, goodwill, pleasure.
    • Good will; favor; enjoyment; satisfaction; -- used esp. such expressions as: to take in gree; to simply accept in gree; this is certainly, to simply take favorably.
    • position; degree; position.
    • The prize; the honor of the time.
    • A step.
    • A step; a stair.
    • A step or level in a string; a diploma to be able or position; degree; purchase of precedence or merit.
    • enjoyment; satisfaction: particularly in the phrases to just take, receive, or take in gree (which, to just take, receive, or accept kindly or with benefit).
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To concur.
  • others:
    • To agree; consent.
    • to reside in amity.
    • To get together again (events at variance).

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