The outside passage, by the way of the bogue and in splendid steamers, is now the order of the day.
He captured the bogue forts commanding the passage of the Canton River.
The object was to reduce the whole of the famous defences of the bogue one after the other, and, if necessary, to destroy them.
"The man bogue must have quick sight," commented Miss Belcher.
Therefore it happened that I was selected by bogue to have an excellent practical demonstration of farming, after this wise.
The whole of his poetical works were published in 1854, by bogue of London, in a handsome volume, royal octavo.
Two British men-of-war exchanged shots with the forts in the bogue.
Three steamships, bearing two regiments of soldiers, convoyed by a British man-of-war, attacked the bogue forts.
The fishermen say flocks of ducks seven miles in length have been seen on the waters of bogue Sound.
A fort at French Folly was reduced, and the bogue forts on both sides of the river were captured.
Disgusting; unattractive; gross
[1950s+ Teenagers; fr bogus]
To smoke a cigarette
[1980s+ High-school students; fr Humphrey Bogart, who smoked so often in his films]