noun, plural curt·seys, verb (used without object), curt·seyed, curt·sey·ing.
- curtis, cyrus hermann kotzschmar,
- curtis, george ticknor,
- curtiss, glenn hammond,
- curule chair,
Examples from the Web for curtsey
"I said 'happy Easter Your Majesty' and did a curtsey," Poppy told a reporter from the Daily Telegraph.Sophie Dazzles in Electric Blue at Royal's Easter Service|Tom Sykes|March 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A royal brouhaha this morning as it was revealed that Kate has been ordered to curtsey to the 'blood Princesses'.
When Michelle met the Queen in 2009, she did not curtsey and touched her back.
Mrs. Roby curtsied, and then remembered that in these days only housemaids ought to curtsey.The Prime Minister|Anthony Trollope
Miss Maria sank down, in a curtsey so well devised that it showed the littlest foot in the world, save only Elizabeth's.The Ladies|E. Barrington
He put his heels together and bowed; she swept him a curtsey.Angelot|Eleanor Price
And she drops me a curtsey, and walks away with a veil over her face.The Virginians|William Makepeace Thackeray
And Cap, with a curtsey and a kiss of her hand, danced away.Capitola's Peril|Mrs. E.D.E.N. Southworth
alternative spelling of curtsy.