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Correct spelling for CEE

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Possible correct spellings for cee

  • Bee(Definition of bee)
  • For pity, sir, find out that bee that bore my love away.

  • Tee(Definition of tee)
  • Mr. sabin watched the construction of his tee, and swung his club lightly.

  • Cede(Definition of cede)
  • He obtained it on two principal conditions: 1st, that he would not again make a hostile attack on roman territory or wage war against the pope or people of rome; 2d, that he would henceforth recognize the sovereignty of the franks, pay them tribute, and cede forthwith to pepin the towns and all the lands, belonging to the jurisdiction of the roman empire, which were at that time occupied by the lombards.

  • Wee(Definition of wee)
  • "my heid's some sair an' throughither-like; but i'll just lie still a wee, and syne i'll be able to gang hame.

  • Ceo
  • Andrew petter, canadian constitutional law scholar, former attorney-general of british columbia, and current president of simon fraser university carla qualtrough, member of parliament and federal minister tamara vrooman, former deputy minister of finance of british columbia and current vancity ceo

  • Gee(Definition of gee)
  • Oh gee, that's hard luck!

  • Fee(Definition of fee)
  • The fleet parson asked no questions, did his work, and pocketed his fee-and the marriage was legal.

  • See(Definition of see)
  • I turned once more to the lady, and said, hardly knowing what, "you wish to see mr. day?"

  • Che
  • Na-che says she ain't never seen her when she couldn't smile.

  • Dee
  • Dee, dee, dee, chickadee!

  • Lee(Definition of lee)
  • She and peggy were sitting in a cosy little hollow under the lee of a great brown rock, waiting for the others to come up.

  • Ce(Definition of ce)
  • Quick ce go to ze vindow, and ven ce see him, ce cry and ce bees afraid, and ce not open ze door.

  • Cree
  • I heard one of them tell of a half-cree he shot through the heart at the time of the rebellion.

  • Nee(Definition of nee)
  • Amy robsart was the only daughter of sir john robsart and his wife elizabeth, nee scot, and widow of roger appleyard, a man of good old norfolk family.

  • Cue(Definition of cue)
  • My rivals, on the contrary, once that this wretched hyperbolus has given them the cue, have never ceased setting upon both him and his mother.

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