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
Definition for chivy (2 of 2)
verb (used with or without object), chiv·vied, chiv·vy·ing, noun, plural chiv·vies.
Examples from the Web for chivy
I thought: "In a day or two I shall get to like her, and then I shan't be able to chivy her."A Diary Without Dates|Enid Bagnold
The objective of the R. Sussex on the left was the enemy's trenches along the Chivy road.The First Seven Divisions|Ernest W. Hamilton
They are not in a hurry, nor "chivy" over their work either; the tides rise and fall slowly, and they work in correspondence.The Open Air|Richard Jefferies
It was an eternal game of chivy or hide-and-seek, each person being by turn the hunter and the hunted.The Divine Fire|May Sinclair
I let the first class off easily, but the second I chivy through a whole year.The Wife and Other Stories|Anton Chekhov