Definition of Greeces

1. greece [n] - See also: greece



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greeces

grecianizes
grecianizing
grecians
grecize
grecized
grecizes
grecizing
greco-roman
grecque
grecques
gree
greeble
greebles
greebo
greebos
greeces (current term)
greecious
greed
greedfest
greedfests
greedhead
greedheads
greedier
greediest
greedily
greediness
greedinesses
greedless
greedmeister
greedmeisters

Literary usage of Greeces

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1. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1848)
"This Rock was in the undermost part craggy and full of hollow places, in whose concaves were contrived two winding pair of stairs, by whose greeces the ..."

2. Publications (1905)
"... and hardly reconcil'd; " Whose hayre is cut with greeces, yet a locke Is left; the left side bound up in a knott: " Of body straight, tall, strong, ..."

3. Our Country: Its Possible Future and Its Present Crisis by Josiah Strong (1885)
"... culture of mind in greeces and that which resulted in the Empire of Home—only appear to have purpose and value when viewed in connection with, ..."

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