grease[ noun grees; verb grees, greez ]SEE DEFINITION OF grease
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GREASE
He was blacker than I was; all smeared with grease and stripped to his waist.
With pitch, gum, or grease, they covered up the cracks or seams.
When they are cooked pour off the sauce, skim off the grease and reduce it.
Opening the wagon box he drew out a jack and a tin of grease.
Grease or resin in the water used for washing, is also unfavorable.
Yes; I do grease them a bit sometimes; but I am a true blue son of liberty, for all that.
Every year a man climbs to the top to grease the weather-vane.
Grease some little patty-pans, and half fill them with the batter.
Grease a pie-dish, and put a layer of sliced potatoes at the bottom.
Grease a baking-tin, and lay one of the mackerel, skin downwards, on it.