noun, plural cau·seys.
- cause raised eyebrows,
- caustic alcohol,
- caustic baryta,
- caustic curve
Origin of causey
Examples from the Web for causey
Two of them, Ebbers and Causey, had undergone congressional panel investigations beforehand.
It was a narrow, two-storied house, with but the causey (pavement) between it and the street.Allison Bain|Margaret Murray Robertson
Paid for 41 days worke with a ploughe carrying stones to the Causey.'A Glossary of Words used in the County of Wiltshire|George Edward Dartnell
But at that moment they heard a shout from the front, and Peanuts Causey came hurriedly around the corner of the house.The Roof Tree|Charles Neville Buck