Bouge (&?;), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Bouged (&?;)] [Variant of bulge. Cf. Bowge.]


To swell out. [Obs.]


To bilge. [Obs.] "Their ship bouged." Hakluyt.


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Bouge, v. t.

To stave in; to bilge. [Obs.] Holland.


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Bouge, n. [F. bouche mouth, victuals.]

Bouche (see Bouche, 2); food and drink; provisions. [Obs.]

[They] made room for a bombardman that brought bouge for a country lady or two, that fainted . . . with fasting.
B. Jonson.


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