Examples of teed off in a sentence
She was very teed off.
<the boss is really teed off about the loss of one of our most important clients, so don't go near him>
Origin and Etymology of teed off
probably from tee off (on)
First Known Use: 1951
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Definition of teed off for English Language Learners
: angry or annoyed
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