Definition of vee
1 : the letter v
2 : something shaped like the letter V
Recent Examples of vee from the Web
One is a demonstration project to restore 600 acres of wetlands in the Golden Triangle, the wetlands in the northwestern corner of Lake Borgne where the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway form a vee.
The student's legs were spread in a wide vee, knee-high red rubber boots speckled with sand.
Kratochvilova (KRA-toke-vee-lova) is 66 now, a pensioner and a youth coach here in rural Bohemia, about 65 miles southeast of Prague.
Other cases, like the airfoils that sweep back to a vee and carry our fighter jets to supersonic speeds, could only have come from trial-and-error arms races.
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Medical Definition of VEE
Venezuelan equine encephalitis; Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis
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