I found this word in one of the Akutagawa Ryūnosuke's short stories called 夢. the story begins like this:



It's 見る + がち. It is normally seen in its kana form, but here the author chose kanji, 勝ち. がち attached to a verb's stem means "apt/tend/prone to doing."

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