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Gree, vb. to agree; 1) tr. to stipulate: “are there no other tokens between you --d?” Meas. IV, 1, 42.
2) intr. a) to be in concord: “how g. you now?” Merch. II, 2, 108 (Q1 agree). “we have --d so well together,” Shr. II, 299.
b) to suit, to be accommodated: “what with his gust is --ing,” Sonn. 114, 11.
c) to come to one opinion, to come to a compromise: “all the means plotted and --d on,” Gent. II, 4, 183. Shr. II, 272. Ant. II, 6, 37.
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