noun, plural curt·sies.
verb (used without object), curt·sied, curt·sy·ing.
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Origin of curtsy
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Example sentences from the Web for curtsy
"It's Stylites—bob yer curtsy," whispered Agnes in Connie's ear.Sue, A Little Heroine|L. T. Meade
So, as she was about to pass me with a little curtsy and a pretty smile, I stopped her.The Rose of Old St. Louis|Mary Dillon
And then the lady went, sweeping a low curtsy to Mr. Dockwrath as she passed out of the room.Orley Farm|Anthony Trollope
At a flash I had my whipping in a low dipped curtsy and a mocking smile like that she had flung to Falconnet.The Master of Appleby|Francis Lynde
In a moment she returned, dropped him a bit of curtsy, and informed him that her mistress would receive him.The Cab of the Sleeping Horse|John Reed Scott