1. gravy

noun. ['ˈgreɪvi'] a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money).


  • boom
  • godsend
  • windfall
  • occurrence
  • happening
  • bonanza
  • manna from heaven
  • gold rush
  • natural event
  • bunce


  • appearance
  • beginning
  • ending
  • success

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Rhymes with Gravy

  • mccravy
  • dunlaevy
  • halevi
  • cravey
  • wavy
  • tavy
  • tavie
  • pavey
  • navy
  • lavy
  • lavie
  • lavi
  • lavey
  • havey
  • davy
  • davie
  • davey
  • cavey
  • avi
  • avey

How do you pronounce gravy?

Pronounce gravy as ˈgreɪvi.

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Sentences with gravy

1. Noun, singular or mass
The broth or gravy will coat the meat and add another layer of flavor.

2. Adjective
So, eat your turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy meal the second day just to be safe.

3. Noun, plural
For commercial sauces and gravies, try barbecue, Worcestershire, steak sauce or canned gravy.

Quotes about gravy

1. Madam, I have been looking for a person who disliked gravy all my life; let us swear eternal friendship.
- Sydney Smith

2. Alright, good night,” he said, his words a little slurred. “But before I pass out, I want you to know that you’re the hottest biscuit this side of the gravy boat.
- Erin McCarthy, Hard and Fast

3. Grandmother hates it when I do the "turkey dance."Basically, I lather my naked body in gravy and then spaz out on the kitchen floor. She just doesn't understand modern dance.
- Jarod Kintz, This is the story my great-grandfather told my father, who then told my grandfather, who then told me about how The Mythical Mr. Boo, Charles Manseur Fizzlebush Grissham III, better known as Mr. Fizzlebush, and Orafoura are all in fact me...

2. gravy

noun. ['ˈgreɪvi'] a sauce made by adding stock, flour, or other ingredients to the juice and fat that drips from cooking meats.


  • absence

3. gravy

noun. ['ˈgreɪvi'] the seasoned but not thickened juices that drip from cooking meats; often a little water is added.


  • juice


  • noncurrent
  • allopatry