from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An obsolete or dialectal variant of
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A claw.
- noun (Zoöl.) The redshank.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I was just told that they won't cover a procedure to remove a simple squamous clee carcinoma.
Ah, tahnk joo fur teh clee ring upness… et sall sew cleer naow, ai em purr feckly nawt con fuzzled, nao, yup ai em!
It's also worth noting that the library that Pidgin uses is also the basis of Adium. clee
Mori was unable to walk and could not use his phone because there was no clee phone service.
All Stories 2011
Did it come out as Lingus-Clee, by any chance? no, frugal, lingus clee is moto taking a break.
See, we all learn on this show! and btw you pronounced Clichy very well … your first try was perfect - clee-shee
TPN :: GDay World 2009
I once made a German friend hoot with laughter by referring, in English, to the Arch of Diocletian, pronouncing the Emperor's name "die-oh-clee-shun."
Admittedly new-clee-air is preferred, but let's not forget that words are meant to communicate meanings, so if you understood new-cue-lar then the rest is just elitism.
Je m’incline mais Moy jay trouvay la clee dang les champs.
Finnegans Wake 2006
Somehow, you have gone form arguing that embryonic stem clee research is not the most promising for a whole host of afflictions to arguing that we shouldn’t research embryonic stem cells exclsuively.