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Line breaks: jeez
Pronunciation: /dʒiːz
(also jeeze or geez)

Definition of jeez in English:


A mild expression used to show surprise or annoyance: Jeez! It’s not fair!
More example sentences
  • Oh, you know, I've been writing for so many years, and every time I read something that I wrote a few years ago, I would think, Jeez, I can improve on that.
  • And the next time you blog, and write personal stuff, you can't help seeing that person's face before your eyes, and thinking, Jeez, he's gonna be reading this!
  • Dogbert: Jeez, it's like I'm talking to a wall here!


1920s: abbreviation of Jesus.

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