noun, plural curt·sies.
verb (used without object), curt·sied, curt·sy·ing.
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Origin of curtsy
Example sentences from the Web for curtsy
Between receiving the bows and curtsies of the 300 or so guests, Washington danced a minuet and two cotillions with three different partners — none of whom was first lady Martha, who was still in Virginia getting ready for the trip north.Not all presidents’ dance skills are created equal|Bonnie Berkowitz, Joanne Lee|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
When Statira appeared the house shouted welcome; she turned her eyes up at Rose Lyndwood as she curtsied.The Rake's Progress|Marjorie Bowen
She curtsied low an' picked him up, an' there began a frindship so full iv sorrow an' happiness to both iv thim.Mr. Dooley Says|Finley Dunne
Mrs. Nicholson arose and curtsied, but was full of confusion, and unable to utter a word.Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events|S. Baring-Gould