gree

noun
\ ˈgrē How to pronounce gree (audio) \

Definition of gree

 (Entry 1 of 2)

Scotland

gree

verb
greed; greeing

Definition of gree (Entry 2 of 2)

dialect

Examples of gree in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Lift 6 drops skiers and boarders off at several blue and gree runs. Danika Worthington, The Know, "Loveland Ski Area replacing old lift with one that can take double the skiers and boarders," 6 Nov. 2019 Every morning, Principal Kevyn Bowles walks Brightly from his home to New Bridges Elementary School in Brooklyn. Brightly is part of a program in New York City schools called Mutt-i-grees. CBS News, "How "comfort dogs" are improving behavior in New York City classrooms," 24 Jan. 2018 All the schools use a curriculum called Mutt-i-grees, written by a research scientist at Yale, that structures interactions with the animals around lessons on things like empathy and resilience. Elizabeth A. Harris, The Seattle Times, "Teacher’s pet sleeps in a dog bed in these N.Y. schools," 1 June 2017 All the schools use a curriculum called Mutt-i-grees, written by a research scientist at Yale, that structures interactions with the animals around lessons on things like empathy and resilience. Elizabeth A. Harris, The Seattle Times, "Teacher’s pet sleeps in a dog bed in these N.Y. schools," 1 June 2017 All the schools use a curriculum called Mutt-i-grees, written by a research scientist at Yale, that structures interactions with the animals around lessons on things like empathy and resilience. Elizabeth A. Harris, The Seattle Times, "Teacher’s pet sleeps in a dog bed in these N.Y. schools," 1 June 2017 All the schools use a curriculum called Mutt-i-grees, written by a research scientist at Yale, that structures interactions with the animals around lessons on things like empathy and resilience. Elizabeth A. Harris, The Seattle Times, "Teacher’s pet sleeps in a dog bed in these N.Y. schools," 1 June 2017 All the schools use a curriculum called Mutt-i-grees, written by a research scientist at Yale, that structures interactions with the animals around lessons on things like empathy and resilience. Elizabeth A. Harris, The Seattle Times, "Teacher’s pet sleeps in a dog bed in these N.Y. schools," 1 June 2017 All the schools use a curriculum called Mutt-i-grees, written by a research scientist at Yale, that structures interactions with the animals around lessons on things like empathy and resilience. Elizabeth A. Harris, New York Times, "Where the Teacher’s Pet Sleeps in a Dog Bed," 31 May 2017

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First Known Use of gree

Noun

14th century, in the meaning defined above

Verb

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for gree

Noun

Middle English, from Anglo-French gree, gré step, degree, from Latin gradus — more at grade entry 1

Verb

Middle English green, short for agreen

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“Gree.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gree. Accessed 27 Oct. 2020.

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