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jee

[jee] /dʒi/
interjection, verb (used with or without object), jeed, jeeing.
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  • "Oh, jees—this is great—let's have a drink," said Henry, as he came in behind Evelyn.

    Hookers Richard F. Mann
  • "jees—there's probably twice that many already up there," answered Evelyn.

    Hookers Richard F. Mann
  • jees Uck was already there, rosy from the trail, to buy a sack of flour.

    The Faith of Men Jack London
  • This jees Uck did for him, while he was plunged into another convulsion.

    The Faith of Men Jack London
  • In short, in jees Uck he found the youth of the world—the youth and the strength and the joy.

    The Faith of Men Jack London
  • jees Uck was dear to him, and, further, a golden future awaited the north.

    The Faith of Men Jack London
  • jees Uck laughed in his face and went back to her grand log-house.

    The Faith of Men Jack London
  • What with the vagrant blood in her and the heritage compounded of many races, jees Uck developed a wonderful young beauty.

    The Faith of Men Jack London
  • Wherefore he hated Bonner, who was so very much alive and into whose eyes sprang joy at the sight of jees Uck.

    The Faith of Men Jack London
  • First he looked to see that Amos was still there, then smiled at jees Uck and pulled himself up.

    The Faith of Men Jack London

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