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chee-chee

/ˈtʃiːˌtʃiː/
noun
1.
a less common spelling of chichi2
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  • When Calhoun did so, Murgatroyd clung to him pathetically and said "chee-chee!"

    This World Is Taboo Murray Leinster
  • Woodchucks stood erect and piped dolefully for an hour “chee-chee!”

    Travels in Alaska John Muir
  • When chee-chee had finished his story he ate six bananas without stopping and drank a whole bowlful of milk.

  • "And got stuck on the mud-bank," added chee-chee in a dreamy, far-away voice.

  • When Calhoun did so, Murgatroyd clung to him pathetically and said, "chee-chee!"

    Pariah Planet Murray Leinster
  • And one of the children in this family reminded chee-chee of a cousin of his with whom he had once been in love.

  • Then we all went out of the kitchen into the scullery and watched chee-chee climb the plate-rack like a sailor going up a mast.

  • This kept the crowd off while chee-chee and I hustled the last of the stores into the boat and clambered in ourselves.

  • Polynesia and chee-chee were the only other animals to go with us.

  • chee-chee, this word is used in a rather offensive manner to denote Eurasians, or children by an English father and native mother.

    The Slang Dictionary John Camden Hotten

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