Brookline MA Slang for being under the influence of a drug or alcoholic beverage. Also just a word u can put in place of other words to make it sound fresher...J-sketch=J-Cree
You i hit that blizz and i was maaaddd Cree my dude....Yo what's Cree for tonight? Yo those kicks are mad Cree.
1)A Native American people inhabiting a large area from eastern Canada west to Alberta and the Great Slave Lake. Formerly located in central Canada, the Cree expanded westward and eastward in the 17th and 18th centuries, the western Cree adopting the Plains Indian life and the eastern Cree retaining their woodland culture.
B.A member of this people.
2)The Algonquian language of the Cree
DAN:watchia(meaning hi in eastern Cree)
JANE: i am MOHAWK
DAN: i am CREE
indigidious peoples from parts of canada. an example is newfoundland.
i am part cree from my father.
An undeniable state of beauteous existence conceivable only by those of a higher state of intellect and understanding. Only those who have experienced it can truly understand it, and thus, be in a state of Creedom.
Used as a noun,verb,adjective, and all other parts of speech.
"Charles Joseph John, Shayne Wilson, and Peter Anthony are quite Cree. That John Nixon fellow,however, is quite the opposite."
"I had an awesome day. It was extremely cree."
Incredible weed and/or souring the sky with a marvelous high. Cree can be an adjective AND noun.
"I was so cree last night that I hit a bird."
"Since I'm cree, I cAn RaP M@d Gud JaMaL."
"Yo.. got any friends who have a lil cree I could snag."
"For Xmas I want cree and a suede fallout boy
"Yo which one of you bitch ass freshmen
stole my cree."
"When I'm cree, I jerk it better then the NewBoyz
would have anticipated."
"'Do the booty pop for me again Aliza?'' I'll have to politely decline Jacktaphor, I can only sway my tush
like that when I'm cree.'"
Only place of safety in a game of tag, but i can only be used for no more than 5 seconds.
"No tag! on cree"
It originally started as a variation of cry. We'd used it whenever we'd boast about our team to a fan of another team. It is commonly used as "go cry about it, bitch"
Now we just throw it around everywhere. It still has its main roots, but we just throw it in at the end of every sentence.
Also, "ya cree" and "nah cree" are very common.
"We got Johan