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Definition of Bogusly
1. bogus [adv] - See also: bogus
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Literary usage of Bogusly
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1. The Glory of the Coming: What Mine Eyes Have Seen of Americans in Action in by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb (1918)
"... he either recognised the driver as one who passed him often or was impressed by our bogusly impressive mien, or possibly accepted the painted flag on ..."
2. The Union Colony at Greeley, Colorado, 1869-1871 by James Field Willard (1918)
"Moved and carried, that all lots found to be bogusly located, revert to the Colony and be open to location, after being reappraised, The Secretary was ..."
3. The Union Colony at Greeley, Colorado, 1869-1871 by James Field Willard (1918)
"Moved and carried, that all lots found to be bogusly located, revert to the Colony and be open to location, ..."
4. Dictionary of Americanisms: A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded by John Russell Bartlett (1877)
"bogusly. In a false way. I and my assistants [in Tennessee] are loyal to the United States; that when this office came under the rebel government, ..."
5. A Chicago Princess by Robert Barr (1904)
"It was bogusly pathetic, but I saw it went straight to the old man's heart and wrung it with very real agony, and this mean advantage which I knew she was ..."