Te-hee
Te-hee Te-hee", v. i. To titter; to laugh derisively. [1913 Webster]

She cried, ``Come, come; you must not look grave upon me.'' Upon this, I te-heed. --Madame D'Arblay. [1913 Webster]


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  • Te-hee — n. & interj. A tittering laugh; a titter. Te hee, quoth she. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • te-hee — [tē′hē′] interj., n., vi. te heed, te heeing alt. sp. of TEE HEE …   English World dictionary

  • te-hee — var. of TEE HEE. * * * /tee hee /, interj., n., v., te heed, te heeing. interj. 1. (used as an exclamation or representation of laughter, as in expressing amusement or derision.) n. 2. a titter; snicker. v.i. 3. to titter; snicker. [1250 1300; ME …   Useful english dictionary

  • te-hee — /tee hee /, interj., n., v., te heed, te heeing. interj. 1. (used as an exclamation or representation of laughter, as in expressing amusement or derision.) n. 2. a titter; snicker. v.i. 3. to titter; snicker. [1250 1300; ME (interj.); imit.] * *… …   Universalium

  • te-hee — [[t]tiˈhi[/t]] interj. n. v. heed, hee•ing 1) (used as an exclamation of laughter.) 2) a titter; snicker 3) to titter; snicker • Etymology: 1250–1300; ME (interj.); imit …   From formal English to slang

  • te-hee — 1. noun A titter, snicker 2. verb To titter, snicker …   Wiktionary

  • hee — co·hee; hee·bie jee·bies; owy·hee·ite; tow·hee; te·hee; hee·by jee·bies; sha·hee; spa·hee; whang·hee; …   English syllables

  • te|tar|to|he|dral — «tih TAHR toh HEE druhl», adjective. having one fourth of the number of faces required by the highest degree of symmetry belonging to its system: »a tetartohedral crystal. ╂[< Greek tétartos fourth (< tetra ; see etym. under tetra (Cf.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tee-hee — [tē′hē′] interj., n. 〚ME: echoic〛 (used to suggest the sound of) a titter or snicker vi. tee heed, tee heeing to titter or snicker * * * tee hee also te·hee (tēʹhēʹ) n. 1. A sound made in imitation of a giggle or titter. 2. An instance of… …   Universalium

  • tee-hee — n. & v. (also te hee) n. 1 a titter. 2 a restrained or contemptuous laugh. v.intr. (tee hees, tee heed) titter or laugh in this way. Etymology: imit …   Useful english dictionary

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