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1. A group of birds or animals, especially larks, quail, or roe buck.
2. A group or collection.
From Middle English bevey.
"A bevy of birds, winging silently across the sky on a clear moonless
night, is like a shipful of sailors in the middle of the sea."
Kathy Wollard; They're No Birdbrains On a Trip; Newsday (New York);
Jun 24, 1997.
See more usage examples of bevy in Vocabulary.com's dictionary.
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