verb (used with object), em·ceed, em·cee·ing.
verb (used without object), em·ceed, em·cee·ing.
Examples from the Web for emcee
At the same time she moonlighted for 11 years as the emcee of the Disney-syndicated game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Alan Cumming shimmered darkly and brilliantly as the emcee in the Cabaret performance.
The idea, presumably, is that booking a “big” name to emcee a reality-TV show will bring in more viewers.
As the music started up, Patsy proved the emcee and her father right.Pearl Harbor’s Anniversary Sparks Memories of a Long-Ago Dance Contest|Michael Daly|December 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Taking on the role of emcee, Jimmy Kimmel shared a few housekeeping reminders with the audience.White House Correspondents Dinner: 9 Best Moments (Video)|Brittany Jones-Cooper|April 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for emcee
verb -cees, -ceeing or -ceed
Word Origin for emcee
Word Origin and History for emcee
1933, abbreviation of M.C., for master of ceremonies, a phrase attested from the 1660s.