Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of e.

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Examples

  • Cook is the fourth Idol alum to contribute an exit song, following Ruben Studdard ("Celebrate Me Home"), Daughtry ("Home") and Carrie Underwood, who covered Mötley Crüe's "Home Sweet Home" two seasons ago.

    David Cook to Sing Idol Goodbye Song

  • It occurred to her that one of the e's in ee could stand for “Ed or Edwin.”

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  • All subjects spent 20 minutes highlighting as many letter e's as they could find in a sample text.

    Web Surfing Helps at Work, Study Says

  • One works in the ware'ouse, an '' e's been with me two years now.

    A MAN AND THE ABYSS

  • A steady, respectable man, never missin 'a night's work in the time' e's bin with me.

    A MAN AND THE ABYSS

  • A good drunk is wot 'e's got in' is pockits, a good long drunk, an 'the wimmen skin' im out of his money so quick 'e ain't

    A MAN AND THE ABYSS

  • He has said he won't interfere in his prot é g é e's government.

    Brazil's Rousseff Charts Plans for Presidency

  • 'E's kicked the bucket, 'e's shuffled off 'is mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin' choir invisibile!

    Steve Bell 27.01.11

  • The concert will begin with Bach's Partita No. 3 in E Major, followed by Romantic-era Eug è ne Ysa ÿ e's Sonata No. 2 in A minor, which quotes the Partita as well as the Dies Irae plainchant from the Mass for the dead.

    A Violinist on a Solo Mission

  • While ad spending carries risks, letting Est e's image slip through discounting would be a graver mistake.

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