from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Plural form of vee.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • A flight of geese were winging overhead in long vees; their honking, mixed with the rasping of several hundred wings, brought me out of my dream.

    Fire The Sky

  • Great vees of geese, herons, loons, and ducks winged overhead on their way south.

    Fire The Sky

  • The breeze bent the corn along the tops of the stalks, and jackrabbits sat in the short grass by the side of the road with their ears turned up in vees.

    The Convict and Other Stories

  • You mean they had a couple hundred gallons to spare, what with the helicopters and hum-vees all over the place, just so Ed could toule around town in his Nova?

    Bloggin about Jericho, instead of writing. D'oh!

  • Afghanistan presents a clear and present danger -- as these two up-armored Hump-vees show (ok, one has a stick shield; the other a driver with a stick).

    Jesus Broke Bread--We Bomb Bread Makers.

  • Then when I use the keyboard, the aitch oftentimes become jays while the vees bees.

    Handwritten « First 50 Words – Writing Prompts

  • Neli uurijat laskus sukeldumisaparaadiga planeedi ookeani ning nüüd vedeleb selle neliku juht üksinda vees...

    Valentina Kutsenko «Океан»

  • One of the Canadian guys in our complex is the gardener for all of us, and he just started planting a few orchids in the vees of some of the trees, anchoring the soil with wire.

    Gardening in San Miguel

  • Ja ujuda ei saa sellepärast, et majade, sildade ja teede jäänused on ikka veel seal kuskil vees.

    tatsutahime Diary Entry

  • Keeda metsiku ja aurutatud riisi segu vees, mis on maitsestatud loorberi, vürtsi, rosmariini ja lihapuljongiga.

    tatsutahime Diary Entry


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.