Definition of Soogie

1. soogee [v SOOGIED, SOOGIEING, SOOGIES] - See also: soogee



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soogie

sontag
sontags
sonties
soo
soochong
soochongs
soodle
sooey
soogan
soogans
soogee
soogee-moogee
soogeed
soogeeing
soogees
soogie (current term)
soogied
soogieing
soogies
soogin
soogins
soojee
soojey
soojeys
sooji
sook
sooked
sooking
sooks
sooky

Literary usage of Soogie

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty by John Haggard, Great Britain High Court of Admiralty, Christopher Robinson, John Nicholl (1840)
"... or persons engaged in acts of piracy ; to have been attacked and destroyed at the island of soogie, by HM sloop Harrier, Sir Spencer LH Vassall, ..."

2. Seaville: A Blue Water Adventure by Richard Miller (2004)
"... those revenge jobs: Stow chain, slush runners, dean rose boxes, white-lead stays, free the fluke of the anchor, soogie the stack, guard the stowaway. ..."

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