Meaning of gravy
Pronunciation: (grā'vē), [key]
— pl. -vies.
- the fat and juices that drip from cooking meat, often thickened, seasoned, flavored, etc., and used as a sauce for meat, potatoes, rice, etc.
- profit or money easily obtained or received unexpectedly.
- money illegally or dishonestly acquired, esp. through graft.
- something advantageous or valuable that is received or obtained as a benefit beyond what is due or expected.
- gravy (Thesaurus)