GREEgree (gree), n. [Law French] Hist. A satisfaction received by a party for an offense or injury against the party. See SATISFACTION(1).
¡°Gree comes of the French word gree, good liking: and it signifies in our law, contentment or satisfaction; as in the statute of 1 R. 2, c. 15, to make gree to the parties is to give them contentment or satisfaction for an offence done unto them.¡± Termes de la Ley 247 (1st Am. ed. 1812).