Cou"chee (k??"sh?; F. k??"sh?"), n. [F. couche a sleeping place from coucher. See Couch, v. t. ]

A reception held at the time of going to bed, as by a sovereign or great prince.

[Obs.]

Dryden.

The duke's levees and couchees were so crowded that the antechambers were full. Bp. Burnet.

 

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