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[vee] /vi/
adjective
1.
shaped like the letter V: a vee neckline.
noun
2.
anything shaped like or suggesting a V .
Origin of vee
1880-1885
First recorded in 1880-85; spelling of the letter name
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  • My scheme was to get one of the help to take the message to vee before she got up.

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  • And as she sails out I just has time for a glance at vee, and catches a wink.

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  • "We can have the hole filled in and sodded over next spring," says vee.

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

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  • Still, this before-breakfast sod-turnin' idea comes straight from vee.

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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
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