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EE

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  1. a proportional shoe width size narrower than EEE and wider than E.


-ee

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  1. a suffix forming from transitive verbs nouns which denote a person who is the object or beneficiary of the act specified by the verb ( addressee; employee; grantee ); recent formations now also mark the performer of an act, with the base being an intransitive verb ( escapee; returnee; standee ) or, less frequently, a transitive verb ( attendee ) or another part of speech ( absentee; refugee ).

e.e.

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abbreviation for

  1. errors excepted.

E.E.

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abbreviation for

  1. Early English.
  2. electrical engineer.
  3. electrical engineering.

ee

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the internet domain name for

  1. Estonia


EE

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abbreviation for

  1. Early English
  2. electrical engineer(ing)
  3. (in New Zealand) ewe equivalent

e.e.

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abbreviation for

  1. errors excepted

ee

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noun

  1. a Scot word for eye 1

-ee

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suffix forming nouns

  1. indicating a person who is the recipient of an action (as opposed, esp in legal terminology, to the agent, indicated by -or or -er )

    lessee

    grantee

    assignee

  2. indicating a person in a specified state or condition

    absentee

    employee

  3. indicating a diminutive form of something

    bootee

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Word History and Origins

Origin of EE1

< French -é, (masculine), -ée (feminine), past participle endings < Latin -ātus, -āta -ate 1
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Word History and Origins

Origin of EE1

via Old French -e, -ee, past participial endings, from Latin -ātus, -āta -ate 1
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Example Sentences

Again, it was the EE [Executive Elders] who made those decisions.

Her unique phrasing renders the word “Friday” as “fry-ee-day.”

The tea partiers are lining up like rubes at the “Direct from Gay Par-ee!”

"God bless 'ee, Missy," cried the old man in the shrill cracked voice of age, as he pressed up to the carriage window.

Papa, can't I go to the zoologerical rooms to see the camomile fight the rhy-no-sir-ee-hoss?

I seed two er th'ee men prowlin' roun' in de bushes ez I come 'long.

And again: 'I tell 'ee the King and Queen could not bear the presence of he.

Wk-mi-ser, Corn; a warrior of distinction, of the Ne-caw-ee-gee band.

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