He's rich an' goodlookin', an' a GRE't chieft an' a sho'-'nuff fighter, an' he kin do 'bout w'at he please wid tu'rr creeturs.
Monsieur Vidocq calls a horse GREs—this again is a gipsy word—gras, GRE, graste, and gris.
Den he go to de chimbly an' jerk up de quinine bottle an po' a GRE't hoss-dose on to be ban'.
GRE ga' ri ous, associations of animals with little division of labor; gathering in flocks, herds, etc.
It is a wedge-shaped piece, as the German commentators say of their GRE.
I'd make more money out of her than out o' any o' these GRE't new-fangled things.
I hain't no GRE't fancy fur this secesh business, that ar' a fact.
She thinks she's taken a GRE't dislike to this sort o' locomotion; but I'm going to have a car of some kind, jest the same.
She's just like her GRE't grandsir Thacher; you can see she's made out o' the same stuff.
He wuz a GRE't man in dem days, I tell you dat, an' his house wuz chock full er all sorts er fine fixin's.