Definition of Barge in
1. Verb. Enter uninvited; informal. "Let's crash the party!"
2. Verb. Break into a conversation. "Her husband always chimes in, even when he is not involved in the conversation"
Specialized synonyms: Disrupt, Interrupt
Generic synonyms: Break Up, Cut Off, Disrupt, Interrupt
Definition of Barge in
1. Verb. (idiomatic) To intrude; to enter or interrupt suddenly and without invitation. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Literary usage of Barge in
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1. The Literary Digest History of the World War: Compiled from Original and (1919)
"ITALIAN GUNS ON A barge in THE LOWER PIAVE westward through the province of Treviso. Even with Emperor Charles at the front the Austrians became demoralized ..."
2. Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Admiralty of England: And on by Vernon Lushington, Great Britain High Court of Admiralty (1864)
"Collision—Damage to barge in body of a County—Jurisdiction —24 Viet. c. 10, s. 7. By the 7th section of the Admiralty Court Act, 1861, ..."
3. The Revised Reports by Robert Campbell, Frederick Pollock, Oliver Augustus Saunders, Arthur Beresford Cane, Joseph Gerald Pease, William Bowstead, Great Britain Courts (1905)
"... then he left the barge in a dangerous situation, and MALLETT. Dixon v. Bell (i) will apply. It is submitted that the principle laid down in Ilott v. ..."
4. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1828)
"This barge, in all respects, except breadth of beam and the machinery, resembles the finest you ever did see. It certainly exceeds every thing I have ever ..."
5. The Chronicle of Froissart by Jean Froissart (1902)
"... barge in the ryver of Seyne, and went alonge the ryver to that was don Melyn : and there toke his horse and rode so tyll he came duke of his wyfe, ..."
6. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1906)
"that the injury was caused wholly by the negligence of the crew of the barge in subjecting the quarter line to an improper strain, and by reason of the weak ..."
7. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1881)
"It is a custom in the testator's trade for a barge- builder when selling a new barge to accept an old barge in part payment, and to repair such old barge ..."