Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • interj. Used to express extreme pleasure or enthusiasm.

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  • interj. An expression of pleasure or enjoyment.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I couldn't stop saying "whee" as I completed each line without dropping a stitch.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • But if you're me and they get you in the background of Charlize Theron, I'm like "whee".

    CNN Transcript Dec 31, 2008

  • HOLY MACARONI this is my 519th blog post!!!! if i knew i would have had a celebration 18 entries ago and if i continue using this diaryland till i become a working adult, i hope the entries i did in the '04-'05 era wont be too incriminating when my colleagues see it the' whee's and 'lala's burn my eyes.

    ianthopia Diary Entry

  • Carthage police say an 18-year-old man raped a girl under the "whee" bridge last week.

    Carthage Press Homepage RSS

  • It lay there in a wide distempered circle and then gathered itself together to jam at my feet and to giggle and to whee, and to laugh and to fall again into a puddle and to flatten out like pancake batter on a griddle...flat, but gelatin like, to pull in and regroup and to come at me again.

    Burt Reynolds, the pig, and me.

  • A gun that shoots whee you aim is all you need providing its ample gun to take the larger game with one well placed shot.

    Big Buck or Big Brother?

  • I tell them I am publishing, and having a whee of a good time doing so.

    Sunday Scribblings – Big Dreams « Becca’s Byline

  • “Whee dee dee dee oh whee dee dee dee we um weem a way . . .”

    Forever Lost

  • I would be so scared. but whee did you shoot him the fist 2 times?

    Close Calls: Two Hunters Dodge a Charging Moose

  • Oh, whee, I'm a goin 'on a willllld spendin' spree now!

    Getting something right?

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  • I think this word always deserves to end with a bang: Whee!

    September 29, 2008