Definition of Barged

1. Verb. (past of barge) ¹



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Definition of Barged

1. barge [v] - See also: barge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barged

bargaining powers
bargaining unit
bargainor
bargainors
bargainous
bargains
barge
barge board
barge in
barge master
barge masters
barge pole
barge poles
bargeboard
bargeboards
barged (current term)
barged in
bargee
bargees
bargeese
bargelike
bargello
bargellos
bargeman
bargemaster
bargemasters
bargemen
bargepole
bargepoles
barger

Literary usage of Barged

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1. Australian Dictionary of Dates and Men of the Time: Containing the History by John Henniker Heaton (1879)
"Four settlers and an assistant- surgeon were --.barged with neglecting to attend a "General Muster,1* aud to send in an account of their stock, ..."

2. The Economic Disposal of Towns' Refuse by Walter Francis Goodrich (1901)
"Westminster : St. James, St. Margaret, SI. John.—Disposed of by contract, barged away. St. Martin in the Fields.—Disposed of by contract, barged away. ..."

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