Definition of Debussed

1. debus [v] - See also: debus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Debussed

debunkers
debunking
debunkings
debunks
deburr
deburred
deburring
deburrs
deburse
debursed
deburses
debursing
debus
debuscope
debuses
debussed (current term)
debusses
debussing
debut
debutant
debutante
debutantes
debutants
debuted
debuting
debuts
debutyration
debye
debye shielding
debye sphere

Literary usage of Debussed

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1. The Miscellany of the Spalding Club by Spalding Club, Aberdeen, Spalding Club (Aberdeen, Scotland), John Stuart (1841)
"... Esq., the sum of five pound sterling, for payment of twenty five men I brought to Aberdeen. The said money was debussed as follows, viz. : Totall _. ..."

2. The 32nd Division in the World War, 1917-1919 by Wisconsin War History Commission, Michigan War History Commission (1920)
"The hope survived in the breasts of some even during (lie 'bus trip to the new sector, but when they debussed they knew this was no rest area. ..."

3. "Wade In, Sanitary!": The Story of a Division Surgeon in France by Richard Derby (1919)
"They had debussed along this road late the night before and there bivouacked. A little further on, a road to the left pointed my destination. ..."

4. "Wade In, Sanitary!": The Story of a Division Surgeon in France by Richard Derby (1919)
"They had debussed along this road late the night before and there bivouacked. A little further on, a road to the left pointed my destination. ..."

5. A History of the 90th Divisionby George Wythe, Ninetieth Division Association by George Wythe, Ninetieth Division Association (1920)
"... twelve kilometers west of Verdun, where the troops "debussed"—that is, climbed off the trucks as fast as their stiff legs would allow them. ..."

6. The Forty-seventh Infantry: A History, 1917-1918, 1919 by James E.] [Pollard (1919)
"The troops had debussed about one o'clock in the afternoon and marched north toward the Bois de Chatelet, arriving there about four o'clock in the morning. ..."

7. The Seventh Manchesters, July 1916 to March 1919 by S. J. Wilson (1920)
"Nightfall found us still travelling, and the day of 24th March had almost broken before we "debussed" to find ourselves in the devastated area of the Somme ..."

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