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bivvy Line breaks: bivvy
Pronunciation: /ˈbɪvi/

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Definition of bivvy in English:

noun (plural bivvies)

A small tent or temporary shelter.

verb (bivvies, bivvying, bivvied)

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Stay in a small tent or temporary shelter: he opted to bivvy up for two days


Early 20th century: abbreviation of bivouac.

Words that rhyme with bivvy

chivvy, civvy, divvy, Livy, privy, skivvy, spivvy

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