Definition of Bugeye

1. a small boat [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Bugeye

bug juice
bug magnet
bug off
bug out
bug spray
bugaboo
bugaboos
bugan
bugans
bugbane
bugbanes
bugbear
bugbears
bugboy
bugboys
bugeye (current term)
bugeyes
bugfish
bugfix
bugfixes
bugfree
buggan
buggane
bugganes
buggans
bugged
bugged out
bugger all
bugger factor

Literary usage of Bugeye

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Reports of the Department of Commerce and Labor 1904-1912: Report of the by Dept. of Commerce and Labor, United States (1905)
"About 5.30 [). m. bugeye BF Marsh collided with steamer Talbot in Patapsco Hiver. Estimated damage to bugeye BF ..."

2. Adventure Guide to the Chesapeake Bay by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers (2000)
"Boat Tours William B Tennyson, a historic Chesapeake Bay bugeye (ketch-rigged sailing vessel), takes passengers on one-hour cruises to learn about the ..."

3. The Submarine in War and Peace: Its Developments and Its Possibilities by Simon Lake (1918)
"When we came to the surface we noticed a "bugeye" (a small schooner) "hove to" about fifty yards to the leeward. I blew the centre tank, which brought our ..."

4. Publications by Oxford Historical Society, Bostonian Society (1894)
"The hoods were trimmed with furt, the names of the material being various as miniver, bugeye, popul, ..."

5. Putnam's Monthly (1907)
"... when her father had to stride up and down his long narrow "bugeye," and keep his negro oarsmen awake with a whip lest they drop the oars, and freeze in ..."

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