agee

or a·jee

[uh-jee]

adverb British Dialect.

to one side; awry.

Origin of agee

First recorded in 1790–1800; a-1 + gee1

Agee

[ey-jee]

noun

James,1909–55, U.S. author, scenarist, and film critic.
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agee

ajee

Scot and English dialect

adjective

awry, crooked, or ajar

adverb

awry; at an angle

Word Origin for agee

C19: a- ² + gee 1

Agee

noun

James. 1909–55, US novelist, poet, and film critic. His works include the autobiographical novel A Death in the Family (1957)
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