Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A name in Cornwall, England, for the half-grown sea-bream, Pagellus centrodontus.

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Examples

  • We had our pictures taken in front of the Picasso sculpture, the Water Tower, the "chee-boger chee-boger" restaurant, both the Sears and Hancock towers, as well as the seals at the zoo.

    7/26/02 You know how you

  • We had our pictures taken in front of the Picasso sculpture, the Water Tower, the "chee-boger chee-boger" restaurant, both the Sears and Hancock towers, as well as the seals at the zoo.

    7/31/02 You never get to

  • Stand at ease soldier. shayne: too late. and i am a soldier .... of my own mind. boger! are you? softzen:

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  • Stand at ease soldier. shayne: too late. and i am a soldier .... of my own mind. boger! are you? softzen:

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  • Stand at ease soldier. shayne: too late. and i am a soldier .... of my own mind. boger! are you? softzen:

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  • Stand at ease soldier. shayne: too late. and i am a soldier .... of my own mind. boger! are you? softzen:

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  • Stand at ease soldier. shayne: too late. and i am a soldier .... of my own mind. boger! are you? softzen:

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  • It is iaid, thai fiich Blubbers - came from Ireland to live on his bouoty, that b« was obliged, for obvioos reafons, to make a law, that no ilraoser Cbonld cootinae on a vifit boger than a year tad a day, snlefshecoaldgiTeaitifficiefitrealbn for tc«

    The Works of the Caledonian Bards: Translated from the Galic

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