verb (used without object), peed, pee·ing.
Origin of pee2
Examples from the Web for peed
Contemporary Examples of peed
Following in those shrewd, shirtless footsteps, perhaps one day Jonas will be peed on by Nicole Kidman, too.Nick Jonas Is All Grown Up, Clutching His Penis and Everything
October 8, 2014
When Ali told his government contacts what happened, he was given no extension, but told to “keep the faith,” Peed said in court.
“It was his lifelong goal to become a U.S. citizen and missing that hearing messed it up,” Peed told The Daily Beast.
“Keep sharing this information,” someone from DHS allegedly replied, according to Peed.
I waited until dusk when neighbours might not be vigilant, and peed around the balcony.Peter Worthington's Losing Battle With Raccoons
May 13, 2013
Historical Examples of peed
verb pees, peeing or peed
Word Origin for pee
1788, "to spray with urine," euphemistic abbreviation of piss. Meaning "to urinate" is from 1879. Related: Peed; peeing. Noun meaning "act of urination" is attested from 1902; as "urine" from 1961. Reduplicated form pee-pee is attested from 1923.