Definition of Savvies

1. Verb. (third-person singular of savvy) ¹



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Definition of Savvies

1. savvy [v] - See also: savvy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Savvies

savourous
savourously
savours
savoury
savoy
savoy cabbage
savoyards
savoys
savs
savvey
savveyed
savveying
savveys
savvied
savvier
savvies (current term)
savviest
savvily
savviness
savvinesses
savvy
savvying
saw
saw-toothed
saw-whet
saw-wort
saw buck
saw fit

Literary usage of Savvies

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1. The Tents of Trouble by Damon Runyon (1911)
"Ninety-two pigtails behind; ho, I'm the boss o' the bunch; They savvies the port and the shoulder, but never the 'Merican punch. Off on a whiz in Manila, ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1897)
"And Hall looked up at the Mexican, who nodded and smiled, and made a motion as " Ching savvies," said Kin Savvy. And he called to Ching, who brought a piece ..."

3. Rawhide Rawlins Stories by Charles Marion Russell (1921)
"... and anybody that savvies that iron knows they never owned a hoss that wasn'ta snake. A man had to be a rider to work for 'em. ..."

4. Songs of the Cowboys by Nathan Howard Thorp (1921)
"Dan Taylor is a rollicking cuss, A frisky son of a gun; He loves to court the maidens, And he savvies how it's done. He used to be a cowboy, And they say he ..."

5. Songs of the Cowboys by Nathan Howard Thorp (1921)
"Dan Taylor is a rollicking cuss, A frisky son of a gun; He loves to court the maidens, And he savvies how it's done. He used to be a cowboy, And they say he ..."

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