Did you possibly mean cheeses?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cheese.
“I'll leave the wedding gift behind, but I would be seriously 'cheesed' at being forced to miss the party and eat out in the parking lot.”
“I was dating a man at the time, and got kind of cheesed off when my dearest friend/ex-wife who, not incidentally, dated a bisexual woman for several years got all snarky with me about the “heterosexual privilege” thing.”
“Plus ther was no fork available for my cheesed-fries.”
“N.J. students cheesed off at penalty for food fight”
“So good, in fact, that he still feels cheesed off.”
“She is not content ... she is sort of cheesed off.”
“She asked how "cross we were with the situation at the moment" and whether we were feeling "cheesed" about it.”
“Are a couple of people actually cheesed that Obama made no.”
“Determined to maintain her online conversations (and more than a little cheesed off!), Belinda started bringing her netbook and 3G dongle to work.”
“N.J. students cheesed off at penalty for food fight - USATODAY. com”
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