- a bogy; specter.
Origin of bogle
Related Words for bogleapparition, bogey, bogeyman, boggle, bugaboo, bugbear, goblin, hobgoblin, monster, phantasm, phantasma, phantom, specter, spirit, spook, visitant, wraith, bogyman, boogeyman, boogieman
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Contemporary Examples of bogle
“They were periods of time, like the 70s, when you had stars such Diana Ross, Diahann Carroll, and Pam Grier,” said Bogle.How OWN Got Its Groove Back
June 21, 2013
“She is this amazing character actor that can do anything with a role,” said Bogle.Lorraine Toussaint on ‘Middle of Nowhere,’ ‘Scandal’ & the Oscars
December 15, 2012
Historical Examples of bogle
They found Bogle in his yard, and told him that they had a warrant for his apprehension.The History of the First West India Regiment
A. B. Ellis
They had not the slightest doubt that Raikes and Bogle were outside.
“A little faster, youngster,” urged Bogle, in a gruff voice.
Bogle drew a packet of letters from his pocket and held them up.
“You will find out presently,” said Bogle, with a mocking smile.
- a dialect or archaic word for bogey 1 (def. 1)
- Scot a scarecrow
Word Origin for bogle
- a rhythmic dance, originating in the early 1990s, performed to ragga music
- (intr) to perform such a dance