[ UK /ˈə‍ʊd‍ʒiː/ ]
  1. a molding that (in section) has the shape of an S with the convex part above and the concave part below
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How To Use ogee In A Sentence

  • A sculptor reaches the apogee of his powers. Times, Sunday Times
  • The orbit of the artificial satellite has an apogee of 200 miles from the earth.
  • MUSKOGEE - Muskogee police are searching for more persons of interest from a Saturday fatal shooting at a mall. NewsOK.com RSS - home
  • Lloyd Spotted Wolf, head football coach at Bacone College in Muskogee, Okla., says it's good for "ego-centric" coaches to be around students "that really do not care if the football team wins or loses, or even know when there's a home game. This Professor Looks Familiar
  • That was at the very apogee of the age of imperialism, when white men carved up the black continent between them.
  • From their arrival in England the ‘Elgin Marbles’ had a revolutionary impact on European taste, and the Parthenon sculptures are still considered to mark the apogee of Greek art.
  • The best-selling album of all time, this was the apogee of Jackson's career.
  • It would mark the apogee of a dumbed-down society, but it is unlikely to happen.
  • To the front, a yew hedge is clipped into swags to mirror the ogee windows of the house, framing views of the Bringewood hills and Welsh Marches in the distance.
  • Not just because I do know the inverse square law (the difference between perigee and apogee, between catalepsy and cataplexy, distal and proxal, etc, etc, etc) and they maybe dont ... but because I can only consider anyone who "looks down on" anyone, regardless of what they do or dont know as a veritable "mousehole". On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
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