Gramercy Gra*mer"cy, interj. [F. grand-merci. See {Grand}, and {Mercy.}] A word formerly used to express thankfulness, with surprise; many thanks. [1913 Webster]

Gramercy, Mammon, said the gentle knight. --Spenser. [1913 Webster]

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