Again, it was the EE [Executive Elders] who made those decisions.
I was within a few yards of 'EE dozens of times, with a sight more of birds than that poor one.
Iss, but you never knawed but wan afore you comed here, did 'EE?
"'EE doan' ketch me tryin' to sail close to Gulf Rock when 'EE can't zEE a boat's length ahead," he said, emphatically.
No, not everything; tell me, for ould Betsey'll ave to 'elp 'EE, my dEEar.
I shud like to put 'EE in the way of spitin' they Tresidders, and buyin' back the 'ome that es rightfully yours, that I shud.
But doan't 'EE think, Ikey, 'tes time for 'EE to be puttin' in th' baans?
I can't larn' EE myself, for the fashion's come up since I was a youngster.
Ef you'd a traited me vitty, Jasper, I'd a done more fur 'EE.
Loi-on or noan, I ain't gawin' to hev naw moor on it, I tell 'EE.
word-forming element in legal English (and in imitation of it), representing the Anglo-French -é ending of pps. used as nouns. As these sometimes were coupled with agent nouns in -or, the two suffixes came to be used as a pair to denote the initiator and the recipient of an action.
used to form nouns The object of what is indicated: baby-sittee/ kickee/ muggee