The Collaborative International Dictionary
Gree \Gree\, n.; pl. Grees (gr[=e]z); obs. plurals Greece (gr[=e]s) Grice (gr[imac]s or gr[=e]s), Grise, Grize (gr[imac]z or gr[=e]z), etc. [OF. gr['e], F. grade. See Grade.] A step.
n. (context archaic English) (plural of gree English)
Usage examples of "grees".
Once she had recovered from the pain, they carried him, Grees and Sligh taking the front, Leia and Emala the rear.
My grand-daughter doesn’t like to be kept waitin’ when the tea is ready, for it takes me time to crammle aboon the grees, for there be a many of ’em, and miss, I lack belly-timber sairly by the clock.
He stepped out through the mirrfield, but Grees and Elama were nowhere to be seen.
Sligh and Grees were struggling to stuff more bottles into a trio of tattered backpacks larger than they were.
Ten meters behind her, Grees and Sligh were pulling Han to a seated position.
With the sandcrawler's initializer core hidden in the speeder's cargo bay, Grees and his compatriots would still be in the cave, struggling to bring the reactor core on-line when Herat returned with her clanmates to bury their dead and reclaim their property.
He and Grees were in the back, working on the built-in comm units of a pair of stormtrooper helmets they had salvaged back in the cave.
Once, Han caught a glimpse of Emala quietly slipping a vibroblade out of a hidden boot sheath while Grees and Slight kept the weapon’s Aqualish owner occupied with a sales pitch.
And won’t it make Gabriel keckle when Geordie comes pantin’ ut the grees with the tompstean balanced on his hump, and asks to be took as evidence!