Why, gee-gee and one of the manager-chaps would sit up nights to see how many columns they could fill each day in the press.
“I guess it was my own sense of proportion that got out of kilter, gee-gee,” he finally said.
Bob had the grace to blush and gee-gee, about to depart, noticed it.
As Gid-up and gee-gee were inseparable, it was but a step to place one by the other.
gee-gee stared, but she could see only a big shadowy form; she couldnt make out Bobs features.
He wondered in what part of the house gee-gee and Gid-up were domiciled?
Of course, the young ladies would not appear on the scene as gee-gee and Gid-up, in all probability.
gee-gee and Gid-up came in, the former in a state of great agitation.
There were times when gee-gee just had to moralize; it was born in her to do so.
Dick Earle turned out to be a bigger and darker copy of gee-gee.
A horse, esp a mediocre racehorse •British children's word for horse: I like to follow the gee-gees/ You can go to bet the gee-gees at Hialeah or Gulfstream
[1869+; perhaps fr the command gee given to a horse]