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Alee (singer)

Alexandra Adamoski (born July 18, 1992 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian country music singer-songwriter known by the singular name Alee. Alee released her debut album, This Road Goes Everywhere, on July 18, 2013. Her 2013 single "Don't Say You Love Me" reached the top 25 on the Billboard Canada Country chart. In August 2013, she won the Canadian Country Music Association's Jiffy Lube FanFest Performance Contest.

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Alee

Alee \A*lee"\, adv. [Pref. a- + lee.] (Naut.) On or toward the lee, or the side away from the wind; the opposite of aweather. The helm of a ship is alee when pressed close to the lee side.

Hard alee, or Luff alee, an order to put the helm to the lee side.

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alee

adv. on or toward the lee; "put the helm alee"

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alee

adv. On the lee side of a ship; to leeward.

Usage examples of "alee".

True, he would be able to put more into them than was in the written word because he was a bit of an actor when he got going, but as the years went on Alee found that he was more than a bit of an embarrassment, people laughed at him.

Peter and Mary laughed together again Alee said, You two should have your heads looked at.

Walton had been known to brag that her house was the best furnished in the street, and on this she was right When in 1916 and at the age of seventeen she had married Alee, he was just out of his time in the shipyard and owing to the war earning good money.

The boy smiled up at him, and now Alee smiled back and cuffed his ear, then they stepped out into the driving rain.

Mary was just prevented from hissing it out by Alee entering through the open door.

Almost choking, Ben wrenched himself free, and as he staggered back against the partition on which the tin stuff was stacked Alee flung up the counter flap and was on him again.

Then Alee, pulling himself slowly away from the counter, went from the shop.

Alice hobbled towards Mary, and when she came face to face with her, she was standing almost in the same place in which Alee had stood some days earlier.

As if her thoughts had conjured him up, she saw Alee standing half-hidden behind the buttressed corner of the church wall.

The bone of her contention and her main topic now, as it had been for months, was the fact that Alee and Mary were together.

Lally by the arm he led her into the hallway, where Alee was standing.

Hal put the whipstall hard alee, but as she struggled wildly to feel the wind come across her stern, and threatened to gybe with all standing, Daniel paid off the yard braces to take the strain.

Admiral Sir Paul Bigod and a sizable portion of his Royal Navy, the Norfolk Squadron was beating down toward Cape Penas and the Port of Gijon, which lay a little alee of that promontory.

Now, in company with Admiral Sir Paul Bigod and a sizable portion of his Royal Navy, the Norfolk Squadron was beating down toward Cape Penas and the Port of Gijon, which lay a little alee of that promontory.

It was only the quick rush of feet that aleed her and by then it was too late, one arm arounder neck half choking her.