On a fine Sunday in term time, it is quite a Levee—quite a Levee.
Crowds of the idle and poor were streaming out toward the levee.
He started off up the levee, but the Forecaster called him back.
This was why he went to the levee as soon as he saw Heathcote was not going.
He has not got the address, without which it is useless to go to the Levee.
There will certainly be a Levee on the 21st, and I suppose a Drawing-room.
It was like the assembly of the immortals at the first levee of Jove.
I was down on the levee, to see to the consignment of my freight, and run afoul of her.
All these things must be ready on the levee at nine, without fail.
This levee was a brilliant one, and the only one of the season.