Definition of Embogue

1. v. i. To disembogue; to discharge, as a river, its waters into the sea or another river.



Definition of Embogue

1. Verb. (archaic) To disembogue; to discharge, as a river, its waters into the sea or another river. ¹

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Definition of Embogue

1. to flow out from a river mouth [v EMBOGUED, EMBOGUING, EMBOGUES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Embogue

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embodier
embodiers
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embodiments
embody
embodying
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embogged
embogging
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embogue (current term)
embogued
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emboil
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embola
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embolalia
embolden
emboldened
emboldener

Literary usage of Embogue

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1832)
"... dv embogue is the opposite, to put out of one's mouth. Dis means about in different directions. Subscription is often unfitly used for contribution; ..."

2. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"DIS-embogue, в. To discharge from the mouth, to vomit, to emit, to eject, to evacuate. ... embogue has not been adopted by us. DIS-EMBOSOMED,*». ..."

3. The British Dominions in North America, Or, A Topographical and Statistical by Joseph Bouchette (1831)
"... all of which dis.. embogue into Hudson's, or James's Bay, leaving the rivers on the opposite side, to descend to the St. Lawrence and the great lakes. ..."

4. On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer: The Diary and Itinerary of Francisco by Francisco Tomás Hermenegildo Garcés (1900)
"... and that this is the legitimate dis- embogue of the Rio Colorado,25 whose noise heard * We have seen the discovery of the mouth of the Colorado by ..."

5. Miscellanea Curiosa: Being a Collection of Some of the Principal Phaenomena by Royal Society (Great Britain), Edmond Halley (1705)
"... why one of every Pair mould dif- embogue it felf into the Mouth fo very near to the Orifice, by which a Gland of fome o- ther Pair throws in its Juice j ..."

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