American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of southeast Florida southwest of Fort Lauderdale. It is in a citrus-growing area. Population: 85,600.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as davit.
“The keynote speaker planned for Thursday's fundraiser at the Signature Grand in Davie is a polarizing figure: retired Marine lieutenant colonel, decorated war hero, right-leaning radio host and central figure in the Iran contra arms-for-hostages scandal of the 1980s.”
“Lizette Foley teaches John Tucci, 21, and other students during a preparatory math class at Broward College in Davie, Fla.”
“NU is thick with linebackers as seniors Quentin Davie and Nate Williams are all-league candidates.”
“-- Senior linebackers Nate Williams (shoulder surgery) and Quentin Davie (foot) did little during spring ball, but they'll be ready to reassume their starting jobs in the fall.”
“To celebrate the man, his work and the awesome wonderment of science, Broward College in Davie, Florida is hosting the first ever Carl Sagan Day tomorrow (Saturday the 7th).”
“Klan Kame Kalling to a restaurant in Davie, Florida.”
“Senior linebackers Nate Williams (shoulder surgery) and Quentin Davie (foot) did little during spring ball, but they'll be ready to reassume their starting jobs in the fall.”
“In preparation for his workout for NFL scouts, Connor has been training at Perfect Competition in Davie, Fla., with a program specially designed for potential NFL draftees to get ready for all the running, jumping, agility and weightlifting tests used by the pros.”
“Syracuse recovered at its own 5, but Robinson was called for intentional grounding with Quentin Davie bearing down on him in the end zone.”
“Northwestern linebacker Quentin Davie even got a hand on him, but Pryor shrugged it off.”
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