verb (used with object), chev·ied, chev·y·ing.
verb (used without object), chev·ied, chev·y·ing.
noun, plural chev·ies.
Origin of chevy
Examples from the Web for chevy
It was like an Oedipal thing because Chevy left, and there was a feeling like he left them.Bill Murray’s Words of Wisdom: On Comedy, the Greatness of In-N-Out, and Searching For Great Love|Marlow Stern|October 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The troopers conducted a careful examination of the Chevy itself and took note of a critical detail.
Seven years ago, a Chevy Cobalt with a defective ignition switch killed two teenage girls.
Partly gravel, the road is so steep at times that the wheels of our Chevy 4x4 spin out beneath us.Pablo Escobar’s Private Prison Is Now Run by Monks for Senior Citizens|Jeff Campagna|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Victor talked about the FDNY academy and I talked about Colombia, and the conversation turned, as it always does, to Chevy.
They turned to discover a pre-war Chevy choking its way along the road.Jubilation, U.S.A.|G. L. Vandenburg
If he is caught he becomes a prisoner (as in Chevy), and is only released by being touched by one of his own party.What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes|Dorothy Canfield Fisher
Chevy Chase is a good old-fashioned game of courage and adventure.Wings and the Child|E. [Edith] Nesbit
That battle might be owing to some such previous affront as this of Chevy Chase, though it has escaped the notice of historians.Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, Volume I (of 3)|Thomas Percy
The Bradleys no longer own this house nor their ancestral estate which was Chevy Chase, where the club of that name now is.A Portrait of Old George Town|Grace Dunlop Ecker
British Dictionary definitions for chevy
Word Origin and History for chevy
by 1938, popular form of Chevrolet, U.S. automobile brand, which was founded by Louis Chevrolet and William Durant in 1911; acquired by General Motors in 1917.