Definition of Bullgine
1. a steam locomotive [n -S]
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Literary usage of Bullgine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Collected Poems by Alfred Noyes (1920)
"There was one old devil with a broken nose — Ah-way 0, to me 0 — He was four score years, as I suppose — But, sing, my bullies, let the bullgine run. ..."
2. American Wit and Humor by Joel Chandler Harris (1907)
"It went on, it did, an' de bullgine run faster an' faster twel it run so fast you could n't hear it toot fer ..."
3. The Clipper Ship Era: An Epitome of Famous American and British Clipper by Arthur Hamilton Clark (1910)
"... decks swabbed dry, and the pumps manned to another rousing chanty: " London town is a-burning, Oh, run with the bullgine, run. Way, yay, way, yay, yar, ..."
4. Told by Uncle Remus: New Stories of the Old Plantation by Joel Chandler Harris, Arthur Burdett Frost, J. M. Condé, Frank Ver Beck (1905)
"It went on, it did, an' de bullgine run faster an' faster twel it run so fast you could n't hear it toot fer brakes, an' des 'bout de time dat eve'ything ..."
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