Definition of Bogyman

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of bogeyman) ¹



2. Noun. (alternative spelling of bogeyman) ¹

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Definition of Bogyman

1. bogeyman [n BOGYMEN] - See also: bogeyman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bogyman

bogsucker
bogsuckers
bogtrotter
bogtrotters
bogtrotting
bogue
bogus
bogusly
bogusness
bogusnesses
bogwood
bogwoods
bogy
bogyism
bogyisms
bogyman (current term)
bogymen
bogywoman
boh
bohdanowiczite
bohea
boheas
bohemian
bohemianism
bohemianisms
bohemians
bohemias
bohemium
bohm diffusion
boho

Literary usage of Bogyman

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1. Out of Doors by Emerson Hough (1915)
"Light your fire and your pipe, whistle, and make up some story to tell your grandchildren about the bogyman who stalks abroad at night and the banshee that ..."

2. The Call of the New South: Addresses Delivered at the Southern Sociological by James Edward McCulloch (1912)
"Those who fight child labor reform by making a bogyman of the hookworm fail to recognize the difference between a cotton mill and a cotton mill village. ..."

3. Manual Training Magazine (1908)
"The wide-awake manufacturer and some educational leaders have discovered a bogyman for America—the German trained in continuation schools, ..."

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