Definition of Debouched

1. Verb. (past of debouche) ¹



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Definition of Debouched

1. debouch [v] - See also: debouch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Debouched

debonnaire
deboronation
deboronations
debosh
deboshed
deboshes
deboshing
deboshment
deboshments
deboss
debossed
debosses
debossing
debouch
debouche
debouched (current term)
debouchement
debouches
debouching
debouchment
debouchments
debouchure
debouchures
debounce
debounced
debouncer
debouncers
debounces
debouncing
debrain

Literary usage of Debouched

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1. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1890)
"... at least, of the great New England gla< debouched into the waters of the Atlantic; unloading or dropping, as ¡is progress was arrested by the ocean, ..."

2. The History of the French Revolution by Adolphe Thiers, Frederic Shoberl (1844)
"Had Moreau's sixty thousand men, at the moment when they debouched from Kehl, ... debouched ..."

3. The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"... and Saint-Germain were overpowered, and Brunswick debouched in the rear of the army. Clermont ordered a retreat: more than three-fourths of the army had ..."

4. The Chronology of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: Comprehending by Henry Boyle (1826)
"Larmes, with the avant j^üj guard, having traversed St. Bernard, debouched in Piedmont, by the valley of Aost, and surprised the town so called. ..."

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