cee

[see]
adjective
  1. shaped or formed like the letter C.

Origin of cee

First recorded in 1535–45; conventional spelling of the pronunciation of the letter C
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Contemporary Examples of cee

  • You can upgrade the coat—for the small price of $40 customers can get a cooler coat and look like Cee Lo Green.

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    Kelsey Meany

    July 24, 2013

  • But Cee Lo seems to have a talent for channeling personal pain into potent pop music.

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    Cee Lo Uncensored

    Peter Lauria

    January 19, 2011

  • I've heard people say, "Why has Gnarls Barkley changed his name to Cee Lo Green?"

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    Cee Lo Uncensored

    Peter Lauria

    January 19, 2011

Historical Examples of cee

  • Ever the pathologically envious, the citizens of CEE bathed in common misery.

    After the Rain

    Sam Vaknin

  • I never could cee any use in making wooden gods mail and femail.

    Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings

    Henry Wheeler Shaw

  • It is this unaccomplished, uneasy metamorphosis that tore the social fabric of CEE apart, rendering it poisoned and dysfunctional.

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    Sam Vaknin

  • Rescheduling is another species of financial subsidy and virtually all CEE countries have benefited from it.

    After the Rain

    Sam Vaknin

  • Thus we cee, that while dogs are ginerally useful, thare are times, when tha aint ginerally proffittable.

    Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings

    Henry Wheeler Shaw


Word Origin and History for cee
n.

"name of the letter C," 1540s.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper