noun, plural curt·sies.
verb (used without object), curt·sied, curt·sy·ing.
- curtis, george ticknor,
- curtiss, glenn hammond,
- curule chair,
Origin of curtsy
Examples from the Web for curtsied
Mrs. Roby curtsied, and then remembered that in these days only housemaids ought to curtsey.The Prime Minister|Anthony Trollope
Her confusion was so great, she knew not how to receive me; she curtsied, without knowing what to say, or how to behave.Memoirs of Miss Sidney Biddulph|Frances Sheridan
She saw him and darted from the line and curtsied before him.The Chapter Ends|Poul William Anderson
He came very quietly through the open kitchen-door, and curtsied when he entered, but no one took any notice of him.From a Swedish Homestead|Selma Lagerlf
When Statira appeared the house shouted welcome; she turned her eyes up at Rose Lyndwood as she curtsied.The Rake's Progress|Marjorie Bowen