Definition of bevies
a large group of people or things of a particular kind.
Maybe the 53-year-old singer looks a little out of place standing among a bevy of beautiful models in a music video.
Example of bevies
A bevy of consumer products fill our everyday lives.
A bevy of local dignitaries lunge forward to meet and greet.
A bevy of Party spokesmen went on television interview programs Sunday to justify the advertising campaign.
A bevy of serial artistes, including film stars, share experiences with viewers in another programme.
A bevy of swallows took wing at his entrance, the timid rabbit fled at his intrusive step, and a green lizard glided from beneath the hand with which he supported his agitated frame against one of the columns.
A bevy of white-shirted staff hovered around us, thrusting into our hands rather scruffy menus, more suited to the takeaway side of the business than the restaurant.
Apart from enriching a bevy of lawyers, the tribunals have yielded little.
Everyone in the cast was superb, a bevy of attractive young girls and handsome young men who could all sing, dance and act with such enthusiasm.
Filling in their sound with a bevy of horns, keyboards and synthesizers, the explosive troupe leaves a larger than life impression on their audiences.
For example, do you ever see a quail with a bevy of sparrows?