from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A reeve; steward.
- n. Armor for the shins, and occasionally the tops of the feet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See grieve, an overseer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of grieve.
- n. A reeve; a steward.
We be finkin uv yoo an yoor uvver kittehs as yoo greeve for yoor lost wun.
I was so busy taking care of everyone else I had no time to greeve for him myself!
It would greeve a man indeede, to see zeale misplaced, like mettle in a blinde horse; to see men take such paines, and yet fall into the pit.
I should over charge my weake head and greeve your tender hart; only this, I pray you prepare for evill tidings of us every day.
Costigan, when crying drunk, at which time he was in the habit of confidentially lamenting his daughter's ingratichewd, and stating that his gray hairs were hastening to a praymachure greeve, And thus our friend was the means of bringing a number of young fellows to the Back
Me brother Tim had brought his fawther's gree hairs with sorrow to the greeve; me brother Mick had robbed the par'sh church repaytedly; me sisther Annamaroia had jilted the
Relatives and friends greeve after the bomb blasts in Mumbai By Rahul Bedi in Mumbai
If I should write to you of all things which promiscuously forerune our ruine, I should over charge my weake head and greeve your tender hart; only this, I pray you prepare for evill tidings of us every day.
Least part of th 'evils which poore lovers greeve.
I allready know thi guy is full of shit why lose effort on it I am replying because i am linked to this page and i want to loose my greeve on this Hungary shit Why not let take place democracy it is inevitable People have learned to speak and it will not stop sorry for my bad english THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE IS UNIVERSAL AND NOONE WILL STOP THAT