noun, plural sev·er·ies.
- severus, alexander,
- sevier river,
- sevier, john
Origin of severy
Examples from the Web for severy
Severy is on horseback, with his dragoons: his poor father is dangerously ill.
We had intelligence of poor de Severy's death two or three weeks before the receipt of your letter.
Take care of Severy, I had rather he did not go to Lewes: a set of drunken dragoons.
So many solicit for them, Severy has scarce a chance during War.
I am much obliged to Severy for his letter and Lausanne news.