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.
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.
Golf. to place (the ball) on a tee.
Golf. to strike the ball from a tee.
Slang. to reprimand severely; scold:
He teed off on his son for wrecking the car.
Informal. to begin:
They teed off the program with a medley of songs.
Baseball, Softball. to make many runs and hits, especially extra-base hits:
teeing off for six runs on eight hits, including three doubles and a home run.
Baseball, Softball. to hit (a pitched ball) hard and far:
He teed off on a fastball and drove it into the bleachers.
Boxing. to strike with a powerful blow, especially to the head:
He teed off on his opponent with an overhand right.
Slang. to make angry, irritated, or disgusted:
She was teed off because her dinner guests were late.
a pipe fitting in the form of a letter T, used to join three pipes
a metal section with a cross section in the form of a letter T, such as a rolled-steel joist
any part or component shaped like a T
Also called teeing ground. an area, often slightly elevated, from which the first stroke of a hole is made
a support for a golf ball, usually a small wooden or plastic peg, used when teeing off or in long grass, etc
verb tees, teeing, teed
when intr, often foll by up. to position (the ball) ready for striking, on or as if on a tee
a mark used as a target in certain games such as curling and quoits
- Tee dee
taxi squad teddy
interjection, noun, verb (used without object), tee-heed, tee-heeing. 1. te-hee. interjection 1. an exclamation of laughter, esp when mocking noun 2. a chuckle verb -hees, -heeing, -heed 3. (intransitive) to snigger or laugh, esp derisively
noun, Golf. 1. tee2 (def 1a).
noun 1. a variant spelling of T-joint