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- noun Plural form of
Eye dialectspelling of this, representing primarily French-accented English.
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We bump along at a shambling pace, and I notice that some of the zees are following.
The fireworks must be how the zees find us humans, why they stack up outside the wire, waiting for a stray finger poking out, or a hurricane to pull up the fence.
I shift into reverse and complete the work of shutting them, grinding zees beneath my tires.
We look more like the zees outside the wire, with their mean, unwavering little lights.
The zees push back against the gates, but the Benz is stronger, rumbling beneath me as I let the brake out more.
If we roll out of those gates now, the zees will eat us in five minutes.
Not with a hundred zees pressing against us, still trying to get at the gates.
Sammy keeps his shotgun trained on the zees while I take a quick circuit of the car.
I can still remember right after the before, when the zees made a gargling noise whenever they saw us.
On the way to the tree house, Kalyn made me stick a finger out, and none of the zees even glanced at it.
strev commented on the word zees
zees, meet zuider
November 7, 2009