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18.
insane form of gremlin found in capital cities. Smees are very afraid of sheep and have violent tendancies. There favourite form of attack is biteing.
the female form is most well known for having massive breasts.
O looka sweet smee...arghh f*ck ive been bitten (nevewr call a smee sweet)
by Samantha September 01, 2004
 
1.
Smee SMEE -noun
1. a person who shares in one's activities, occupation, etc.; companion, associate, or friend.
2. a fellow member of a team or group.
3. a person who is on good terms with another; a person who is not hostile.
Tony looked toward the door as his workmate and drinking buddy Dan walked through. "What's happening, smee?" he asked. Dan replied quickly, "Not much, Smee. What you doin?"
by Sporlan Orange February 21, 2009
 
3.
"S'mee" is the confused young man that you casually met in a fern bar while barhopping with people you just met. You naively gave him your phone number, and now "S'mee" persistently leaves messages on your voice mail, asking if you'd like to "hang out" with him.
"Hi, it's S'mee again. Pick up, stud muffin..."
by The Older Gentleman January 07, 2010
 
4.
A word associated with the qualities of Kingliness or a 'pimp'. Often seen as a hunk/buff, and can attract any one, male or female, with little effort.
me: oh yeah, that guy is sooo Smee. he can get who he wants, when he wants!

kristian: he turns me on.
by Sir Jeffery Anderson III February 14, 2012
 
5.
To "Smee" is to offer an extremely low amount for something to the extent it is borderline insulting.

Lowballing so low you wonder if they know how bad their offer is.
She offered me two dollars for my limited edition 'Shining Charizard' Pokemon card... Could she Smee me any harder?
by lowding August 19, 2014
 
6.
this word is used by Michael Crichton in he new novel 'State of Fear' on page 33. What is a smee?
"We have filter to identify smees and high performance clients."
by lothar mann March 10, 2005
 
7.
small to medium sized enterprises.
SMEes or smees is a common abbreviation.
by jonathan kane April 23, 2006