Local slang for Newport on the Levee, an experiential retail and restaurant destination located on the banks of the Ohio River, in the heart of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky . Perched atop the river levee, with commanding views of the skyline, The Levee is a Best in the City winner for hanging out - any season.
Hey there, meet me at The Levee for some fun and a drink?

Yeah - that place is Dope AF!
by nkyfunlife December 2, 2020
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tall mounds of dirt and such used to block water and can be found by rivers and lakes mainly in new orleans and surronding areas
"Woah, the levees broke and New Orleans and turned the city into a fish bowl."
by megan... July 14, 2006
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Something you drive your Chevy too.
I drove my Chevy to the levee, but the levee was dry.
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The area on the underside of the jaw between the throat and the chin
He tried to be a wise-ass, so I kicked him in the levee.
by boffus July 16, 2003
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The act of cumming in ones ass and sucking it out.
Levi came into a guys ass and the guy then stated, "you need to suck out the cum". He then replied, "okay, I am good at leving".
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The ceremonial rising of Louis XIV, the Sun King. Doctors, family and a few favoured friends successively enter the King's Bedchamber where he is washed, combed, and, every other day, shaven. The Officers of the Chamber and the Wardrobe then enter in turn for full levee, during which the king is dressed and has breakfast.
From Charlemagne to Napoleon no monarch received such unbounded praise as Louis XIV. But the judgment of our own times upon Louis XIV is very different from that of his own age. And if it be asked nowadays, "Who did the most towards the destruction of the ancien regime?" the correct answer is, "Louis XIV, its greatest representative." The Versailles palace and parks alone cost France one thousand million francs {more than £40,000,000), and there were fifteen other royal palaces.
The Grand Monarch, indeed, seemed to realize the truth in his dying words (1715): "Do not imitate my love for building and for war; assuage the misery of my people."
The Sun King's daily timetable was incumbent on Louis XV and Louis XVI, but neither of them could bear court ceremonial. They tended to flee to their private apartments or smaller chateaus nearby. Levees and couchees became increasingly rare. Courtiers complained that the king was nowhere to be seen.
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