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vee

[vee]
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adjective
  1. shaped like the letter V: a vee neckline.
noun
  1. anything shaped like or suggesting a V.

Origin of vee

First recorded in 1880–85; spelling of the letter name
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Examples from the Web for vee

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Historical Examples

  • So I didn't have much to tell Vee over the 'phone that night.

  • What worries me most, though, is this hint she drops about Vee.

  • And if she was out takin' her drive or anything—why, I could be explainin' to Vee while I waited.

  • Course, it was her put that corkin' silver frame on Vee's picture in the first place.

    Torchy

    Sewell Ford

  • My scheme was to get one of the help to take the message to Vee before she got up.


Word Origin and History for vee

n.

1883, to denote the shape of the letter V. As a type of engine, by 1951.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper