Smee

[smˈiː], [smˈiː], [s_m_ˈiː]

Definitions of Smee:

  1.   A migratory seafowl akin to the gulls, called also the diver or white nun. – Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.
  2.   The pintail duck. – Newage Dictionary DB

Usage examples for Smee:

  1. Twice Smee beat upon the instrument, and then stopped to listen gleefully. ” – Peter and Wendy by James Matthew Barrie
  2. Be off, Smetse; be off, Smee – Flemish Legends by Charles de Coster
  3. “ To the positive pole of the quart Smee battery is fastened a bright steel plate same size of copper, in a gallon jar. ” – Photogravure by Henry R. Blaney
  4. “ Phipson, Dr. Pizzighelli, Captain J. Poitevin, A. Roy, Paul Sella, V. J. Smee Professor Stephanowski, Karl. ” – Photographic Reproduction Processes by P.C. Duchochois
  5. It is sad to know that not a boy was looking at her as Smee tied her to the mast; the eyes of all were on the plank: that last little walk they were about to take. ” – Peter and Wendy by James Matthew Barrie
  6. One could mention many lovable traits in Smee – Peter and Wendy by James Matthew Barrie
  7. It is only in Smetse Smee when he comes to the time of the Inquisition, that he bursts out with that stream of invective and monstrous mockery which made the Polish refugee Karski say of him, " Well roared, Fleming!" ” – Flemish Legends by Charles de Coster
  8. Smee had been waiting for it. ” – Peter and Wendy by James Matthew Barrie
  9. “ To tell poor Smee that they thought him lovable! ” – Peter and Wendy by James Matthew Barrie
  10. Instead, he revolved this mystery in his mind: why do they find Smee lovable? ” – Peter and Wendy by James Matthew Barrie

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