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Urban Dictionary: Bee's Knees

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A old term that means cool. ... The phrase "bee's knees" means sweet and good, because the knees of the bee are where all the sweet, good stuff is collected.

'The bee's knees' - the meaning and origin of this phrase


The meaning and origin of the phrase 'The bee's knees'. ... from the May 5th 1914 edition of the Fort Wayne Sentinel uses the term in exactly the same way:.

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'Bee's knees' began to be used in early 20th century ... Sentinel uses the term in exactly the same way:.

What is the origin of the phrase 'the bee's knees'? - Oxford Dictionaries


The bee's knees is usually said to describe something of outstanding ... slang expressions were coined with the meaning 'an outstanding person or thing'. ... The switch in meaning for the bee's knees probably emerged because it was so ...

etymology - Where does the phrase "the bee's knees" originate from ...


Nov 2, 2011 ... So the phrase "the bee's knees" approximately means "it's fantastic" (my ... expression was part of a relatively short-lived frivolous slang fashion ...

Bee's Knees | Definition of Bee's Knees by Merriam-Webster

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Define bee's knees: a highly admired person or thing : cat's meow.

Slang of the 1920


Berries - That which is attractive or pleasing; similar to bee's knees, As in "It's the ... Bird - general term for a man or woman, sometimes meaning "odd," i.e. "What ...

bee's knees, the - The Online Slang Dictionary


Mar 12, 1999 ... This Slang page is designed to explain what the meaning of bee's knees, the is. The slang word / phrase / acronym bee's knees, the means.

What is the origin of the phrase 'the bee's knees'? - Future Perfect


Ever wondered why we say this most odd expression: the bee's knees? ... The expression 'the be-all and [the] end-all', meaning chiefly 'the central or most ...