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bogart

verb bo·gart \ˈbō-ˌgärt\

Definition of BOGART

transitive verb
1
:  bully 2
2
:  to use or consume without sharing

Examples of BOGART

  1. <his friends tried to bogart him into doing the right thing and marrying the girl>

Origin of BOGART

probably from Humphrey Bogart †1957 American film actor
First Known Use: 1966

Bogart

biographical name Bo·gart \ˈbō-ˌgärt\

Definition of BOGART

Humphrey (DeForest) 1899–1957 Am. actor

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