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jee

[jee] /dʒi/
interjection, verb (used with or without object), jeed, jeeing.
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  • At first there was only one Abolitionist, old “jee” Hagadorn.

    The Copperhead Harold Frederic
  • jee” descended for the moment from his plane of exaltation.

    The Copperhead Harold Frederic
  • jee was still sitting where he had planted himself two hours or so before.

    The Copperhead Harold Frederic
  • jee was all excitement on the instant, at the promise of an argument.

    The Copperhead Harold Frederic
  • In parenthesis it sympathised with Sir jee in his indisposition.

  • I'd like to know what you call a little thing—I would, by jee!

    Frank Merriwell at Yale Burt L. Standish
  • jee Gam, whom many of our readers will remember in connection with his visit East four years ago, is the Secretary.

  • To hear it all now again seemed to give me a novel impression of wild fanaticism in “jee” Hagadorn.

    The Copperhead Harold Frederic
  • Then, without hesitation, I turned instead down the other road which led to “jee” Hagadorn's.

    The Copperhead Harold Frederic

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