Definition of Greete
1. to weep [v GREETED, GREETING, GREETES] - See also: weep
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greete
Literary usage of Greete
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings and Ordinances of the Privy Council of England by Great Britain Privy Council, Great Britain Record Commission (1835)
"... greete and faire dales 1 victorious were had J>ere for you and in your querelle upon your ... and brought p?eto greete partie of Brye ^ Champaigne j ..."
2. The Cambridge Ms (University Library, Gg. 4.27) of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer (1879)
"... saw the greete wil of hire husbonde ... wisely vn-to hew / the greete goodis that ... /And moure /  that it like vnto joure greete goodnesse / to ..."
3. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Alexander Chalmers, Samuel Johnson (1810)
"... joined bie cemente, From Godde hys greete and wondrous storehouse sente. Fülle welle myne eyne arede ytte canne ne bee, That manne could reare of ..."
4. Yorkshire Writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole, an English Father of the Church by Richard Rolle (1896)
"... passion» and deth. not for his owne synne but for oure greete synnes; ... and by confort of the greete mercy of god, and by confort of the ..."
5. Manipulus vocabulorum: a rhyming dictionary of the English languageby Peter Levens by Peter Levens (1867)
"A greece (or step of a stair) marche." —Sherwood. Greedie, adj. 97 24 Greefe, sb. grief, 53 7 Greene, adj. 69 24 greete, sb. grit, gravel, ..."