noun, plural bus·bies.
- bus stop,
- bus topology,
- busch, adolf,
- buschke-löwenstein tumor,
- buschke-ollendorf syndrome,
Origin of busby
Examples from the Web for busby
The hijinx Llewyn finds himself in with the cat is worthy of a Busby Berkeley number.‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ Star Oscar Isaac Is About to Be a Very Big Deal|Kevin Fallon|December 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Mr. Busby has frequently been made the butt of the humorist, because his bark was necessarily worse than his bite.The Treaty of Waitangi|T. Lindsay Buick
"He certainly means to let me off altogether," exclaimed Busby.Out of the Hurly-Burly|Charles Heber Clark
He was sent to Westminster School, and, under the famous Busby, became a good scholar.Old St. Paul's Cathedral|William Benham
noun plural -bies
Word Origin for busby
"fur hat worn by hussars on parade," 1807, earlier "a kind of bushy, tall wig" (1764), of unknown origin, though it is both a place name and a surname in England. Related: Busbied.