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disembogue

verb dis·em·bogue \ˌdis-im-ˈbōg\
dis·em·bogueddis·em·bogu·ing

Definition of DISEMBOGUE

intransitive verb
:  to flow or come forth from or as if from a channel
transitive verb
archaic :  to pour out from or as if from a container

Origin of DISEMBOGUE

modification of Spanish desembocar, from des- dis- (from Latin dis-) + embocar to put into the mouth, from en in (from Latin in) + boca mouth, from Latin bucca
First Known Use: 1595

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