Origin of bougie1
usage note for bougie
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Other definitions for bougie (2 of 2)
- a slender, flexible instrument introduced into passages of the body, especially the urethra, for dilating, examining, medicating, etc.
- a suppository.
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How to use bougie in a sentence
Then it could be boxed up when they need the space for more condos or bougie swap meets.Politics Report: SANDAG Voted – So What Happens Now?|Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts|December 11, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Ramp-obsessed urbanites have turned what was once a relatively obscure allium most popular in the Appalachian region into something that bougie New Yorkers hunt down at restaurants and farmers markets every April.
To enjoy fast food, then, was to reject bougie aesthetics and be a person of the people, to not yuck a yum.
Your friends may call you bougie, but just tell them you’re cultured.
For this purpose the bougie may be marked at its outer extremity.
(c) The tip of the bougie may break off whilst in the Eustachian tube.
Each was 5¼ inches in length, the handle measuring 1½ inches and the bougie the remainder.
All the same Bougie has little enough of interest for the conventional tourist.
Djidjelli, a hundred kilometres east of Bougie by a wonderful coast road, was the ancient colony of Igilgili of Augustus.