with Anu Garg
ogee (oh-JEE, OH-jee) noun
1. A curve resembling the shape of an elongated S.
2. An arch formed with such curves.
[From Middle English ogeus, from Old French ogive.]
"Jolie's ogee lips lead to the final principle of decadence, ingestion.
Systematic gorging is a quintessential decadent activity."
Wayne Koestenbaum, Angelina Jolie: The Indiscreet Object of Desire,
The New York Times Magazine, Oct 17, 1999.
If the aborigine drafted an IQ test, all of Western civilization would
presumably flunk it. -Stanley Marion Garn, anthropologist (1922- )