Dee vs Dece - What's the difference?

dee | dece |


As a noun dee

is .

As an adjective dece is

(slang) decent; reasonably good.

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dee

English

Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • A river in Scotland that flows about 145 km (90 mi) from the Cairngorm Mountains to the North Sea at Aberdeen.
  • A river in Wales and England that flows about 113 km (70 mi) from Snowdonia to the Irish Sea near Liverpool.
  • A female given name, short for names beginning with a "D".
  • Quotations

    * : IV: xi: 39: *: And following Dee , which Britons long ygone *: Did call divine, that doth by Chester tend;

    Derived terms

    * Deeside * Miller of Dee

    dece

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (slang) decent; reasonably good
  • * 1993 , "Chris L Concepcion", Re: _Bad Voltage_'' (on newsgroup ''alt.cyberpunk )
  • I'm sorry but this book did not quite move me. Yeah, the slang wuz kewl, the attitude was neat, and the music was dece (if you read the book four years ago) but it's not THE BEST READ I've ever had
  • * 2006 , "[email protected]", Re: Callahan race, post-Regionals'' (on newsgroup ''rec.sport.disc )
  • Salad and Franchise both played ridiculously well after we took our lead, especially considering the ridiculous conditions of the game. I suppose the rest of Texas was dece as well, good for you
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