noun Chiefly British Slang: Disparaging and Offensive.
Origin of chav
Related formschav·ish, chav·vy, adjective
Examples from the Web for chavvy
He will come back, murmured Chavvy, in concordance with her leitmotif.
He turned to his own matrimonial aspects: Chavvy will be perfectly happy with you and Esther, I suppose.
I decided it would be quite nice if Chavvy and I came to live with Esther.
A weird child, yet with something strangely attractive about her, would have been Chavvy as visualized by Chavvy.
And when this child Chavvy crept into my life, I let her remain, to fill the gap my daughter might have filled.