(often postpositive) (of a cross) having triangular arms widening outwards
, patty pan
, patty shell
, pattypan squash
Word Origin for pattée
from French patte paw
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Examples from the Web for pattée
Colonel Pattee took command of these, and they acted together as one organization.
Our fire continuing, Colonel Pattee rode up to us, excitedly, to learn what it meant.
Colonel Pattee was on his horse, half faced about toward his men, evidently impatient and eager.