Cue a bevy of family watchdog groups ringing in 2013 with horror and outrage.
You got Lady Gaga and a bevy of other big-name stars, too numerous to count.
Tempering the turn toward the dark are a bevy of classes on comedy.
early 15c., collective noun of quails and ladies, from Anglo-French bevée, of unknown origin. One supposed definition of the word is "a drinking bout," but this is perhaps a misprint of bever, from Old French beivre (see beverage). Still, it's possible that the original sense could be a company of birds gathered at a puddle or pool for drinking or bathing.