verb (used without object)
- to emerge from a relatively narrow valley upon an open plain: A river or glacier debouches on the plains.
- to flow from a small valley into a larger one.
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Origin of debouch
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH debouchdebauch, debouch
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Example sentences from the Web for debouch
Meanwhile, the 1st Corps crossed Rheims, with orders to debouch at Btheny.
Do they run down walls of ovarium, and then turn up the placenta, and so debouch near the "orifices" of the ovules?More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II|Charles Darwin
They have begun to flow in Bedes day; they never cease to flow until they debouch in Domesday Book.Domesday Book and Beyond|Frederic William Maitland
The enemy thus found it impossible to debouch from the village or to work round the left flank.
Meanwhile on the left the line had been heavily shelled, and the enemy made several attempts to debouch from Fremicourt.