from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. sing. & 2d pers. pl. of see.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of say.
- A Middle English form of the preterit of see.
- A Scotch form of sie.
- Same as say, say.
- n. Same as scye.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It's getting cold in many parts of the world (at least where I am) and I wanted a new jacket to wear when I go ride my bike or even to wear in town. risey Arai, designer for "sey" has just released a cool unisex rider's casual jacket!
Writing notes on your hand seems soooo high school/cute-sey.
What is the import of laws, per sey, and how do any peoples reconcile their priciples, with larger concepts, relating to justice?
Judith, Aha! The "Removing of sey (Road, Street) sign indications" explains a lot!
The rifle is sey up like an M-4 (.223 by the way).
The new sey has all sorts of screens, on which beige and light green and blue sworls ebb and flow across the wall, with the words "MEET THE PRESS" hovering in the ether, like a celestial presence.
Any appeasement for whatever reason will be seen as an act of dithering by the President and will be expoloited by others to the full. "mike-sey wrote," In a country that seems to spend far too much time hero-worshipping and deferring to military men, it is surprising to find so much acceptance and support for the General's firing.
Write it that way! "mike-sey said," Christian America is as intolerant and as driven by extremists as any branch of the Islamic world.
If it's a democratic bill they're against it before they know what it is ... "mike-sey wrote," Mitch McConnell's credibility is pretty tattered after the Health Care debate and was shredded even further by his dishonest "bail-out" bill statement.
If she were his VP she would undermine and double cross him at every turn to sey up 2012.