Examples of purvey in a Sentence
a shop purveying handmade merchandise
Recent Examples of purvey from the Web
Public discourse becomes increasingly preoccupied with the scandalous, the sensational, and the confessional as purveyed by tabloids, talk shows, and eventually the mainstream media as well.
Between the fall of this year and early 2018, no less than 12 restaurants will open, purveying everything from healthful juices (Clean Juice Bar) and luscious macaroons (Joy Macarons) to the freshest shrimp ceviche (Mesero) or crispy catfish (Fixe).
With a smaller staff, the paper will purvey fewer words.
In addition to gaming and information-purveying app use cases (as mentioned above), the iPhone X's powerful sensors allows for additional features.
These are the places that are forever perceived, for good reason, as purveying direct violence, whether rhetorical, political or physical, against the African-American community.
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Origin and Etymology of purvey
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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