debouch

[ dih-boosh, -bouch ]SEE DEFINITION OF debouch
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The regiments destined for the expedition began to debouch from the city.

But that any of these passages should debouch beyond the Roman lines had not occurred to them.

The seas are getting larger as we debouch into the Atlantic.

Their debouch upon the plains of the Illinois has already been mentioned.

Meanwhile, the 1st Corps crossed Rheims, with orders to debouch at Btheny.

They were just beginning to debouch on the other side when he pressed the button.

Next day (November 3) the attack was towards Hollebeke, in combination with another attempt to debouch from Wytscheate.

Debouch′ment, the act of debouching; Debouchure′, the mouth of a river or strait.

Chattanooga was the portal from which the enemy could debouch upon the level country of the Gulf and Atlantic States.

This is good-bye to any possibility of debouch, for there will be insufficient horses to move the guns.

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