to divide; distribute (often followed by up): The thieves divvied up the loot.
a distribution or sharing.
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How to use divvy in a sentence
The exhibition begins at the Thyssen where it is divvied up into thematic galleries, such as “Mists and Variations.”
Bill divvied up all right, and gave me half a crown over, but I didn't travel with him long after that.While the Billy Boils | Henry Lawson
Our plan was to separate after we'd divvied up the loot--but them fellers can't be moved.Dorothy Dixon Wins Her Wings | Dorothy Wayne
We divvied up everythin, and some days we had heaps to eattruly we didheaps!The Turn of the Tide | Eleanor H. Porter
There has even been a suspicion that the pensioner "divvied" with the college.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 11 (of 14) | Elbert Hubbard
British Dictionary definitions for divvy (1 of 2)
British short for dividend, esp (formerly) one paid by a cooperative society
US and Canadian a share; portion
(tr usually foll by up) to divide and share
British Dictionary definitions for divvy (2 of 2)
dialect a stupid or foolish person
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