a large white migratory tropical bird (Casmerodius alba) found in the US; also called [great white egret], common egret , American egret
The great egret lives in freshwater, mudflats, tidal shallows, and marshes and has a wingspan up to 55 inches.
[greyt-n] /ˈgreɪt n/ verb (used with object) 1. to make ; enlarge; increase. verb (used without object) 2. to become . /ˈɡreɪtən/ verb 1. (archaic) to make or become great
noun, Eastern Church. 1. the solemn procession in which the unconsecrated Eucharistic elements are carried from the prothesis through the nave of the church and into the bema.
[grey-ter] /ˈgreɪ tər/ adjective 1. designating a city or country and its adjacent area: Greater New York; Greater Los Angeles. [greyt] /greɪt/ adjective, greater, greatest. 1. unusually or comparatively large in size or dimensions: A great fire destroyed nearly half the city. 2. large in number; numerous: Great hordes of tourists descend on Europe each […]
- Greater curvature of stomach
greater curvature of stomach great·er curvature of stomach (grā’tər) n. The convex lateral border of the stomach to which the greater omentum is attached.