from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The letter c.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The name of the Latin script letter C/c.
- n. Something shaped like the letter C, such as a cee spring.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The name of the third letter of the alphabet, C, c. Also ce.
- n. An old name in the English universities for a certain quantity of beer (probably an abbreviation of the Latin cerevisia, beer): as, to eat cues and drink cees. See cue, 2 .
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Not when I’m already concentrating hard on not unleashing my effin cee’s.
Back in mah day we didn't have nonna yer fancy cee-gees, boy!
January 23, 2010 at 9: 20 pm umm, just went to barnes and noble got the new book there so it is in stores now. cee breezy says:
Old Denny D. always seemed to be at the helm … and have a hilarious reverse frame moment at the ready. cee
Posted October 15, 2009 at 11: 59 am | Permalink nice blog, interesting posts … greetings from brazil. cee EL
Posted May 5, 2010 at 6: 46 pm | Permalink nice church-look cee EL
When asked why he has a scar, the feisty toddler will gladly explain, “Dr. Adzick took out the cee-cam and threw it in the trash!”
“E-mer-gen-cee, E-mer-gen-see, evry bawdee to get from street,” Mikhail said, reciting the lines that Alan Arkin had taught him in perfectly inflected Russian English.
I got a jar at Buc-cee's outside of Houston a few weeks ago and they are amazing.
His job requires him to fly a great deal, and he spent a week going up and down with ears packed tight with cee-ment, and when they finally popped I think it rattled china in Duluth.