Last modified on 14 June 2013, at 22:59

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

A preposition of state + gee, to move to one side, from gee! or jee! a call to a horse to move to one side

AdverbEdit

agee (comparative more agee, superlative most agee)

  1. (Scotland and dialect, archaic) Aside, on or to one side; awry; off from the straight line.
    • 1800, Alexander Carlyle, Autobiography
      I wore my hat agee.
    • 1837, Catharine Sedgwick, Live and Let Live
      A looking-glass that don't make you look as if your face was all agee.

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