Definition of Sarge

1. Noun. (colloquial) sergeant ¹



2. Verb. to go out and engage women in order to pick them up ¹

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Definition of Sarge

1. sergeant [n -S] - See also: sergeant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sarge

sardonicism
sardonicisms
sardonyx
sardonyxes
sardoodledom
sards
sared
saree
sarees
sargable
sarge (current term)
sarges
sargo
sargoptes
sargos
sargoses
sargramostim
sargus
sarguses
sari
saried
sarigue
sarin
saring
sarins

Literary usage of Sarge

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1. A Dictionary of the English Language: Containing the Pronunciation by Alexander Reid (1846)
"(S. *•) a sarge body of water ; «he «COB; ah*ov; a lake; any thing of the sea. •. dashed by the w f.-r :hi s ' «. bordering on the ..."

2. History of the Town of Bristol, Grafton County, New Hampshire by Richard Watson Musgrove (1904)
"This land, with several undrawn lots and three lots in the "Kyar sarge" gore, made 1500 acres, equal to 100 acres for each of the original ..."

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