The leader, guided by the voice, "geeing" and "hawing," stopping and advancing at the word of command, is a white man's innovation, though now universally adopted by the natives.
a great deal of "geeing" and "hawing" and fuss, and then, instead of getting down, the farmer called out, --
England may well have had Gatland to thank for geeing up Hartley.
Having Montgomerie geeing you up is one thing, but having the iconic Seve Ballesteros whispering in the other ear is another altogether.
Indeed as dad began geeing her up for the match, I started to feel more and more like the odd one out.
I pull the window washer's cap down over my eyes and pretend to be squee-geeing.
Weâ€™d put up with a lifetime of Cameron mourning if the alternative was shagging that has-been – even if Kriss Akabusi was geeing us on from the sidelines, which he almost certainly would be.
To him Mr. Touchwood called loudly, enquiring after his master; but the clown, conscious of being taken in flagrant delict, as the law says, fled from him like a guilty thing, instead of obeying his summons, and was soon heard hupping and geeing to the cart, which he had left on the other side of the broken wall.
“The regiment is somehow got back,” wrote Thomas Lackland in Homespun; or, Five-and-Twenty Years Ago, an 1867 novel, “by geeing and hawing … while he ‘gees’ and ‘haws’ the yoke of cattle.”