bevy

  1. a group of girls or young women
  2. a flock of quail

Bevy

• (n.) A company; an assembly or collection of persons, especially of ladies. • (n.) A flock of birds, especially quails or larks; also, a herd of roes.
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bevy

noun a flock of quail
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Bevy

Bev'y noun ; plural Bevies [ Perhaps orig. a drinking company, from Old French bevée (cf. Italian beva ) a drink, beverage; then, perhaps , a company in general, esp. of ladies; and last applied by sportsmen to larks, quails, etc. See Beverage .] 1. A compan...
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Bevy

A flock of birds.
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bevy

a gathering of roe deer (M, 45 (v))
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bevy

a gathering of roe deer (M, 45 (v))
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Bevy

Bevy is the collective noun for a group of ladies.
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Bevy

Bevy is the collective noun for a group of quail.
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bevy

[n] - a group of girls or young women 2. [n] - a flock of quail
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