Adjective "teed" definition and examples

(Teed may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)



Definitions and examples



    A T-shirt.
    1. 'On any normal day, jeans and a tee would suit her fine.'
    2. 'Her long black hair was pulled back in a neat pony tail, and her striped tee with khaki capris told me one thing - today would be an adventure.'
    3. 'In concession to the October morning chill, she slipped a worn flannel shirt on over the tee.'
    4. 'The look that seemed to work the best with all big men was a button-down shirt left open with a coordinated tee underneath.'
    5. 'As with traditional tees, your best bet is cotton or even mesh.'
    6. 'He was wearing some faded jeans and a vintage tee with a hat.'
    7. 'In addition to boards, the collection, which has a modern Japanese artsy look, includes hoodie sweatshirts, tees, tanks, and skating paraphernalia.'
    8. 'He wore baggy green pants and a flannel checkered shirt over a white tee.'
    9. 'I stepped out of the bathroom in light blue jeans, white tee, pale green over shirt, and socks.'
    10. 'The tee can be found virtually anywhere, at any department store or retail store.'

    More definitions

    1. Golf. Also called teeing ground. the starting place, usually a hard mound of earth, at the beginning of play for each hole. a small wooden, plastic, metal, or rubber peg from which the ball is driven, as in teeing off.

    2. Football. a device on which the ball may be placed to raise it off the ground preparatory to kicking. verb (used with object), teed, teeing.

    3. Golf. to place (the ball) on a tee. Verb phrases

    4. tee off, Golf. to strike the ball from a tee. Slang. to repr

    More examples(as adjective)

    "suits can be teed."