Saturday, April 14, 2001
Definitions for bevy
- A group; an assembly or collection.
- A flock of birds, especially quails or larks; also, a herd of roes.
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Citations for bevy
In an instant, a bevy of perfumed and coiffed poodles would begin a raucous race from her bedroom to the bottom of the stairs.
Shortt is a more attractive man, and was followed about by bevies of adoring damsels.
Origin of bevy
late Middle English
Bevy comes from Middle English bevey. It perhaps originally signified a drinking company, possibly deriving from Old French beivre, "to drink," from Latin bibere.