1. An interchangable term -- used in a given sentence or on its own -- to express disbelief, astonishment, disappointment, or realization.
2. Alternatively, it can be used simply as filler.
1. Sir Emery Capitan, in comment to the evening nourishments, expresses most disappointedly "Chee... your soup seems to lack the perfect spices this evening, Cook."
2. In light of the supernatural occurence happening in Jon Bob Smiths very own backyard, he simple voiced a barely audible "Chee" as the ghostly fireworks sent him into blindness.
Shortening of 'Cheap'. Meaning pretty much it's retarded or crappy, and that you never learned proper english.
Like 'hilar' but worse.
Oh man, did you see that skay throw that ball? So chee it was hilar! I have to rest in my chai now...
Let me get a Junior Bacon Chee.
a really cute asain girl.
"I saw was talking to this japanese girl at a party last night, she was such a chee."
Used when someone makes plans with you and then stands you up.
Origin: Coquitlam, Canada.
I had plans with Clarence tonight but he totally cheed me so I had to go to the hockey game alone.
Cheese, you know, the stuff you eat?
Chef eats chee all day long
another word for lame?
oh my god, that is so chee