bogey[ boh-gee; for 2 also boo g-ee, boo-gee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bogey
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOGEY
He looked like a large baby listening for a bogey in the chimney.
Tinker and Bogey did not understand the full extent of their danger.
Bogey was quite astounded at the transformation of his dress.
Accompanied by Bogey, Mark Antony reached his quarters in safety.
Percentage .931—six better than Bogey and 400 points ahead of Ty Cobb.
And Ingé was given up to her, and this is how Ingé came into Bogey's domain.
This time she saw that the bogey man had got her and no mistake.
I am a bad golfer, but even bad golfers do holes in bogey now and then.
From morning to night we race about as if the bogey man were at our heels.
I am neither to be melted by your convenient tears, nor dismayed by your bogey bills.