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jeez \'jeez\ interj - Corrupted form of the pejorative "Jesus." The term is notable in that it is most often used singularly, either at the beginning of a sentence, the end of a sentence, or as a sentence all on its own; "Jeez. I thought my mittens were at your house." Although used as an exclamation of frustration or emphasis, it is somewhat more benign than "Jesus," "Jesus Christ," or "Christ" which are often used in the same manner. See also: Geehover, holy-liftin', jeezly, jeezum-crow, frigg. NEXT»

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