Noun, derived neologism; a graceful, gracious glee; grace and brilliant happiness combined, with connotations of mastery, superiority, agreement, goodwill and even satisfactory compensation, victory or success; not to be confused with Clone Commander Gree (CC-1004) of the Star Wars film series; see also prior definitions at Meriam-Webster, dictionary.com, etc.
I'm not saying she's a female Jack Black or anything like that. At least she wasn't an oaf. But, like most of her compatriots and co-workers, what gave her glee was so childish she'd all too often seem graceless or naive or even uncouth. I have to admit there were times her humor was so puerile it even disgusted me.
I suppose that for better or worse, at least for me, a mate must have some sense of gree.
-- Of My Estranged Wife, ICT.23h15.Thu.22.Mar.2007.AD --
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