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  • verb Past participle of tee

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Examples

  • Way back in August 1996, a 20-year-old kid with a peculiar name teed up his first professional shot, at the Greater Milwaukee Open.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • Way back in August 1996, a 20-year-old kid with a peculiar name teed up his first professional shot, at the Greater Milwaukee Open.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • Instead of the surprise or shock I probably should have felt, I was kind of teed off.

    Hi-Ya!

  • Then you have somebody like Ed Gillespie -- who's pretty well respected in this town, whether you agree with him or not -- to be kind of teed up and ready to go, depending upon which.

    CNN Transcript Oct 27, 2005

  • LAMB: In your book, you kind of teed off on Jerry Falwell, who teaches in your state and runs Liberty University in Lynchburg, not far away from Charlottesville, where your school is.

    Why Read?

  • Some of the goodies they were giving to workers on the way out the door kind of teed them off, OK?

    CNN Transcript Jan 7, 2004

  • Instead of the surprise or shock I probably should have felt, I was kind of teed off.

    The Beach House

  • Mirror your syslogs to another server, so even if your system log files are edited/deleted, all the events are still getting 'teed' to a remote system, where they DON'T have access.

    LinuxQuestions.org

  • He was here looking for \expndtw1 Marco, and was some kind of teed off when he wasn't here. "\cf0\expndtw0\fs20\par

    Never Come Down

  • Obama also said the administration was "teed up" to release oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve if gas prices continue to rise but has not decided to do so.

    Obama repeats call for Gaddafi to step down, pledges help for Japan

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