Definition of Greisly

1. grisly [adj] - See also: grisly



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greisly

gregoryite
gregos
greifensteinite
greige
greige goods
greiges
greigite
greillade
grein
greined
greining
greins
greisen
greisens
greisly (current term)
greith
greking
gremial
gremials
gremlin
gremlins
gremmie
gremmies
gremmy
gremolata
gremolatas
gremoulata
gremoulatas
gren

Literary usage of Greisly

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1. The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...by Thomas Robson by Thomas Robson (1830)
"greisly, barry of six, the first, third, and fifth bars, per fesse, erm. and gu. the other three az. • greisly ..."

2. The history of the worthies of England by Thomas Fuller (1840)
"greisly, mil. . . greisly CG ten bezants, a quarter E. 6 Norm Babington, arm. . Dethick. Vairy E. and G. 7 Joh. ..."

3. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1920)
"... Which wont to be the glorie of gay wits, Is layd abed, and no where now to see ; And in her roome unseemly Sorrow sits, With hollow browes and greisly ..."

4. Spenser by Richard William Church (1883)
"... Which wont to be the glorie of gay wits, Is layed abed, and no where now to see ; And in her roome unseemly Sorrow sits, With hollow browes and greisly ..."

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