Definition of grece
1 now dialectal, England : a flight of steps; also : one of the steps in a flight
2 or griece \"\ : degree 1b
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Origin and Etymology of grece
Middle English grece, from Old French grez, greiz steps, plural (taken as singular) of gré, greit step — more at gree
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