/ (ˈtʃiːˌtʃiː) /

  1. a less common spelling of chichi 2

Words Nearby chee-chee

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How to use chee-chee in a sentence

  • It was the chee-chee-chee, to-wheet, to-wheet, to-wheet of a mountain wren.

    The Silent Alarm | Roy J. Snell
  • Woodchucks stood erect and piped dolefully for an hour “chee-chee!”

    Travels in Alaska | John Muir
  • chee-chee was coiling up ropes in the stern and laying them in neat piles.

  • It takes its origin in a very common expression of half-caste females, chee-chee, equivalent to our Oh, fie!

    The Slang Dictionary | John Camden Hotten
  • chee-chee, this word is used in a rather offensive manner to denote Eurasians, or children by an English father and native mother.

    The Slang Dictionary | John Camden Hotten