n.1.A step. See Gree, a step.
The top of the ladder, or first greeze, is this.
- Latimer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The minister was also apprised of the integrated building management system (IBMS), car parking at the airport, Greeze Air, United Transport System (UTS), glass cleaning and janitorial matters.
Members have been busy practising hard over the last few months in preparation for their annual concert, this year titled Tractor Greeze. This takes place at Wallace Hall Academy, Thornhill, tonight at 7.30pm.
And keeping up with its proud Glaswegian roots, the family-firm has called the pie "McGhees wi'oot the greeze", and hopes it will become a staple of the Scottish diet.
Greeze, wadda guy--he willingly warbles whenever there is an ear to listen, but when he doesn't want to sing his alibis ae sorta weird.